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Math in Careers LogoThis ANet addresses mathematics for Engineering Tech, Health areas, Business Tech areas, Information Tech areas, Emerging tech areas, Trades, etc. Topics the group might work with include: Transfer of Engineering Tech math courses and Math needs for students in the health areas. The group may provide example programs from some of the areas and provide good themed short session on these areas.

Chair: Natalia Postrigan (postrigann09@gmail.com
AMATYC Board Liaison:  Dale Johanson (dale@northeast.edu),  AMATYC Central Vice President

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