In the wake of suspending the annual conference due to safety precautions of COVID-19 (commonly known as Cornavirus) the board will be issuing refunds for all registration payments made during the conference.
If you receive an email, it is because my records show that you or your institution have paid the registration fee for the 2020 NCMATYC conference by check sent to my office. Depending on if the check was sent by an individual or by an institution means that the refund will need to be handled separately to best ensure accuracy.
all of those who sent a personal check for registration, check your
email over the next few work days as I will be making direct contact
all of those whose institution sent a check on an individual’s or a
group’s behalf, I will be in contact with your institution’s business
office to work out the best approach.
Please keep in mind that this will take time. Like most of you all, I am also in the trenches of converting and facilitating all of my seated classes online, working with students virtually and collaborating with my colleagues on this transition.
If you renewed your membership in the same transaction as your registration:
Please note that issuing refunds in this matter will also automatically
refund your membership renewal that is tied to most people’s
registration fee. Due to this issue, I will need everyone wishing to
renew their NCMATYC membership to do so using the Membership
Renewal Form found on our website (http://ncmatyc.matyc.org/membership/
and paying either via Paypal/Credit Card or by mailing a check to the address in my signature line. I recommend doing this soon after you have been notified of the refund to minimize the chance of “double paying” and your membership does not lapse.
On behalf of the board, we thank you for all of your continued support and appreciate your understanding during this time. We are very fortunate to be part of such an amazing community of educators across our great state and cannot wait to see you all again when we reschedule our conference! Stay safe, stay healthy and we will get through this!!
Fernando G. Schiefelbein, M.S.
NCMATYC Executive Board | Treasurer
Math/Science Tech. Bldg #100i
Coastal Carolina Community College
444 Western Blvd.
Jacksonville, NC 28546
We are sad to announce that the NCMATYC conference is canceled but happy to help keep all of those involved with our conference safe and healthy.
- We have emailed a list of all of the attendees to the Hampton and Hilton hotel. They are going to do their best to get all of the hotel cancellations completed by 9:00 pm. People can call the hotel after 9:00 pm if they have not received a confirmation. The hotel number is 910-693-4330. If you would still like to stay at the hotel, then the hotel will still honor the price and reinstate the reservation. You will need to handle that over the phone.
- If you reserved at a different hotel, then you will need to take care of that yourself.
- During the next week, the board will be trying to figure out what NCMATYC should do next. Should we reschedule to a later date in the semester, have a summer conference, wait to till next year, etc. We will certainly make this decision as fast as we can, so that we an handle any possible refunds.
We appreciate your flexibility and patience in
the upcoming weeks as we move forward.
The new semester is off and running! NCMATYC is here for you throughout the semester. Thanks to all our SLACKers for keeping the community strong. We hope to see you all for the NCMATYC Conference at Sandhills Community College.
Want to be a part of this amazing organization and give back?! There is still time to run for the NCMATYC Executive Board. It is a wonderful opportunity to meet awesome people, have fun, and grow professionally. If interested or know someone who is, please out the form. Feel free to contact anyone on the current board if you have questions or need encouragement!
Deadlines extended to January 31, 2020
The start of the semester is a local maxima of busy for most of us. No worries. There is still time to enter a presentation proposal, nominate a colleague for the Teaching Excellence Award, and run for office. Links to all forms are located on the right-hand side of this email.
Time for another round of NCMATYC Elections. Woot, woot! As past-president, my role is to find people for the next executive board but I feel like I need your help. I have been reaching out to many amazing people in NCMATYC but I know I have missed many. So, I created a form for people to submit the position that they want to run for. https://forms.gle/UmMju1KPxtfKarZu8 Please help me in sharing this form with others, such as through an email or nudging them in a face-to-face conversation, because you feel they would be a great service on the 2020-2022 NCMATYC Board.
NCCTM Updates – November
NCCTM’s 49th State Conference was held on November 7th and 8th in Greensboro. This year’s focus was Developing Mathematical Mindsets for All. NCMATYC is pleased so many of our members are active in this organization and seek to strengthen these ties. Check out the NCCTM newsletter, and don’t forget their Spring Regional Conferences.
MAT 271/272 instructors please contact Glynis Mullins, GMullins@email.pittcc.edu, if you are interested in helping determine cut scores for student calculus placement at the community college.
This year’s competition was hosted by Wake Tech. Thanks to all that made this possible.
Top 4 Individuals:
- Jasper Sylvestre, Durham Tech
- David Niu Wake, Tech-Main
- Mackenzie Roche, CCCC–Lee
- Vignes Kancharadevi, CVCC
1st Place Team: Gaston College
- Jacob Coltson
- Laura Lawson
- Kimberly Mays
- Carlos Oros
Top Three Schools Overall
- Durham Tech
- Central Carolina – Lee
- Wake Tech – South
NCMATYC Student Scholarship
Congratulations to Riley Lancaster for receiving the NCMATYC Student Scholarship. Riley is a student at Wayne Community College and was nominated by Rachel Mulins.
Call for Conference Presentations
Please submit a presenter’s form for the conference. Remember to complete separate forms for each presentation you wish to give. The deadline is January 13, 2020. Priority is given based on the submission order.