The following is a list of the schools and organizations around the country (and Canada) who have hosted a MAC3 traveling workshop.
- WYMATYC Affiliate Meeting, Wyoming - February 8, 2008, One-Day Workshop
- Central Piedmont Community College, North Carolina - April 3, 2008, One-Day Workshop
- Mt. Si High School, Washington - August 28, 2008, Half-Day Workshop
- Union County College, New Jersey - March 6, 2009, Half-Day Workshop
- Southwestern College, California - March 14, 2009, One-Day Workshop
- Delta College, Michigan - May 6-7, 2009, Two-Day Workshop
- Tompkins Cortland CC, New York - May 18, 2009, One-Day Workshop
- Delaware Technical CC, Delaware - May 18, 2009, Half-Day Workshop
- George Brown College, Toronto - May 29, 2009, One-Day Workshop
- Northeast CC, Nebraska - August 20, 2009, Half-Day Workshop
- Jacksonville College, Texas - October 30, 2009, One-Day Workshop
- Georgia Perimeter College, January 22, 2010, One-Day Workshop
- Purchase College, New York - April 10, 2010, One-Day Workshop
- York County Community College, Maine - August 31, 2010, One-Day Workshop
- North Dakota State College of Science, North Dakota - October 1, 2010, One-Day Workshop
- Arizona Western College, Arizona - February 17, 2011, Keynote & One-Day Workshop
- Robeson Community College, Lumberton, North Carolina - May 16-17th, 2011, Two-Day Workshop
Traveling MAC3 Workshops are a cost-effective way to help you and your colleagues integrate math and quantitative skills into your curriculum across disciplines. These are hands-on, interactive professional development workshops customized specifically for your college or affiliate. Our facilitators are math and non-math faculty from multiple disciplines, colleges, and regions.
MAC3 Traveling Workshops can be a short as a half-day (3 hours) or as long as a two-day workshop for your faculty. The workshop topics will be custom-designed to your school's needs and interest. See the AMATYC Traveling Workshop page to request a workshop.
Topics covered during a MAC3 Traveling Workshop may include the following:
- What is QL and who needs it?
- Improving QL through Math Across the Curriculum
- Examples of MAC3 projects
- Interdisciplinary brainstorming - Math/QL in other disciplines
- Challenges of teaching interdisciplinary courses
- Assessing for math/QL in other discliplines