2018 Washington College Mathematics Conference

About

Each April or May since 1969, faculty from two-year and four-year colleges across Washington and neighboring states have gathered to foster their professional development. The conference begins on Thursday evening with an opening session featuring an invited speaker. On Friday morning and afternoon, faculty present talks and host roundtable discussions on a variety of topics related to mathematics and education. The Friday-evening dinner includes a keynote speaker. Presentations conclude with additional sessions on Saturday morning.

Math departments from Washington’s community and technical college system take turns hosting the conference. Since 1996, every five years the WCMC has joined with ORMATYC to present a regional conference. While (unlike many states or regions) the annual Washington conference is not run by WAMATYC (the state affiliate of the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges), WAMATYC does hold its annual business meeting during the conference, sponsors invited speakers and presents awards to outstanding faculty.

History

Year Host Location Dates
1969 Green River + Highline + Ft. Steilacoom Ashford
1970 Spokane Falls Ashford 5/15–16
1971 Everett Snoqualmie Pass
1972 Everett Snoqualmie Pass
1973 Seattle Central Snoqualmie Pass
1974 Green River Lake Wilderness
1975 Highline Issaquah
1976 Bellevue Snoqualmie Pass
1977 Shoreline Issaquah
1978 Edmonds Issaquah
1979 Olympic Port Ludlow
1980 Spokane Falls Winthrop
1981 Spokane Falls Winthrop
1982 Highline Lake Chelan
1983 Olympic Port Ludlow
1984 Green River Union
1985 Shoreline Winthrop
1986 North Seattle Union
1987 Lower Columbia Union
1988 Olympic Port Ludlow
1989 Bellevue Lake Chelan 4/20–22
1990 Clark Union 4/5–7
1991 Pierce + Tacoma Lake Chelan 4/18–20
1992 Yakima Yakima 4/9–11
1993 Highline Wenatchee 5/6–8
1994 South Seattle Silverdale 4/21–23
1995 Skagit Valley + Whatcom Wenatchee 4/27–29
1996 Spokane Falls + ORMATYC Stevenson 5/2–4
1997 Green River Lake Chelan 4/24–26
1998 Tacoma + Big Bend Lake Chelan 4/16–18
1999 Edmonds Ocean Shores 4/15–17
2000 Bellevue Wenatchee 5/4–6
2001 Peninsula + ORMATYC Stevenson 4/19–21
2002 Clark Yakima 4/11–13
2003 Spokane + North Idaho Wenatchee 5/1–3
2004 Pierce Yakima 4/29–5/1
2005 Highline Ocean Shores 5/5–7
2006 Olympic + ORMATYC Stevenson 4/20–22
2007 Wenatchee Valley Wenatchee 4/26–28
2008 North Seattle Lake Chelan 5/1–3
2009 Columbia Basin Pasco 4/23–25
2010 Yakima Yakima 5/20–22
2011 Green River + ORMATYC Stevenson 4/28–30
2012 Tacoma Wenatchee 5/10–12
2013 Whatcom Bellingham 5/9–11
2014 Everett + Shoreline Wenatchee 5/8–10
2015 Bellevue Lake Chelan 4/30–5/2
2016 Clark + ORMATYC Gleneden Beach OR 4/21–23
2017 Highline Grand Mound 5/18–20
2018 Edmonds Yakima 5/17–19
2019 Centralia + Bates Ocean Shores 5/2–4
2020 Pierce Lake Chelan 4/30–5/2
2021 Clark + ORMATYC ?
2022 ? ?