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To provide professional development opportunities for mathematics department leaders (e.g. coordinators, chairs, etc.), to increase communication within the ANet's constituency to enhance professional networking and support systems for mathematics department leaders, and to disseminate and discuss information on issues that impact college mathematics department leaders, particularly when the information applies to mathematics in the first two years of college.

Leader: Chris Ward (chris.ward@southernwv.edu)
AMATYC Board Liaison:  Alvina Atkinson (aatkinso@ggc.eduAMATYC Southeast Vice President
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  • Join the Guidelines for Mathematics Departments Task Force!

    A task force is currently being formed to work on one of the documents currently under the purview of our ANet. That document is Guidelines for Mathematics Departments at Two-Year Colleges, which may be accessed by clicking on the following link: https://amatyc.org/page/GuidelinesForDepts.

    The charge to the task force includes the following:

    1. Review AMATYC's Guidelines for Mathematics Departments at Two-Year Colleges document;
    2. Recommend to the Board whether the current Guidelines statement should be reaffirmed, revised, or retired;
    3. If minor revisions are recommended, submit the minor recommendations for Board review; and,
    4. If major revisions are proposed, revise the guidelines and then usher the guidelines statement through the normal or expedited position statement review process.

    If you are interested in working on this important task force, please contact Christine Mirbaha at cmirbaha@ccbcmd.edu no later than January 5, 2022 because the task force needs to begin its work as soon as possible in January. Read More