A History of the
NEW ENGLAND MATHEMATICAL ASSOCIATION
OF TWO-YEAR COLLEGES

MMATYC
Read MMATYC Musings - Frank Deane
1

1972

Yankee Drummer Inn and UMass/Amherst

2

1973

Yankee Drummer Inn

NEMATYC
1

1974

Quinsigamond CC

2

1975

Yankee Drummer Inn

3

1977

Mt. Wachusett CC

4

1978

Bentley College

5

1979

Massachusetts Bay CC

6

1980

North Shore CC

7

1981

Manchester CC

8

1982

Community College of Rhode Island

9

1983

Central Connecticut State University

10

1984

Springfield Technical CC

11

1985

North Shore CC

12

1986

Post College

13

1987

Community College of Rhode Island

14

1988

Bristol CC

15

1989

Dean Junior College

16

1990

Massachusetts Bay CC

17

1991

Massasoit CC

18

1992

Middlesex CC - MA

19

1993

Middlesex CTC- CT

20

1994

Mt. Wachusett CC

21

1995

Johnson & Wales University

22

1996

Dean College

23

1997

Massasoit CC

24

1998

Cape Cod CC

25

1999

University of New Hampshire at Manchester

26

2000

Bristol CC
NEMATYC members at AMATYC'99.
27

2001

Middlesex CC - MA

28

2002

North Shore Community College

29

2003

Johnson & Wales University

30

2004

Mt. Wachusett CC

31

2005

Bunker Hill CC
NEMATYC / MATYCONN Members at AMATYC 2005
32 2006 Southern New Hampshire University
33 2007 Bristol Community College
34 2008 Springfield Technical Community College
35 2009 Southern New Hampshire University
36 2010 MassBay Community College
37 2011

Cape Cod Community College

38 2012

NHTI, Concord's Community College

39 2013

North Shore Community College




NEMATYC was born out of the Massachusetts Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges (MMATYC). Information was obtained from my files dating back to 1972, and from other members of the math community who have contributed testimony and documentation.

Joseph W. Menard
March, 1989


Joe Menard was retired when I invited him to be our guest at the 1992 meeting at Middlesex, where he graciously shared his History with me, both in printed and disk format. Joe's valuable document covered the period up to and including the 1989 meeting at Dean Junior College (now Dean College). I have recently taken it upon myself to bring this document up to date and find a way to share it with as many NEMATYC members and participants as possible.

If the reader has any information which would add to this document, please share it with me. This applies particularly to the early years. I would be especially interested in original meeting materials, or copies of them.

If you attended a meeting, perhaps as a walk-in, and are not recorded, please let me know. I will add your name to these records.

Philip Mahler
January 20, 1997

Middlesex Community College
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