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Traveling Workshop FAQ

 
Pick your Traveling Workshop Strand/s!

 
Don’t know which strand to choose? Just ask or select a couple of options! We have several mathematical strands that are broad so that you can pick a strand for your TW and make it your own.

Key People involved in planning an AMATYC Traveling Workshop (TW)

 
The Traveling Workshop Director (TWD) is the initial contact person requesting a Traveling Workshop. The TWD schedules the TW, chooses the Traveling Workshop Facilitator (TWF), and works closely with both the Traveling Workshop Coordinator (TWC) and Traveling Workshop Facilitator to ensure a successful TW based on the institution or affiliate request.


The Traveling Workshop Facilitator (TWF) works with the TWD to plan the TW, facilitates (presents) the requested TW, works with the TWD regarding travel, and other duties as needed or required for the TW to be successful. The TWF is an AMATYC member, math faculty, or administrator with an outstanding presentation record.


The Traveling Workshop Coordinator (TWC) communicates TW information, emails the requesting institution or affiliate, emails potential facilitators, introduces the Traveling Workshop Director (TWD) to the Traveling Workshop Facilitator (TWF) via email, and other duties as needed to assist in planning an effective Traveling Workshop.

Traveling Workshop Cost (Example below of a Traveling Workshop on a $2,000 budget)


The TWF receives an honorarium of $750, and a W-9 is required to process the honorarium (if there are multiple TW Facilitators, they split the $750 honorarium).
All travel expenses and meals for the TWF, with a maximum of $750 to cover expenses such as airfare, lodging, and per diem amounts, are to be paid by the requesting institution or affiliate.
Location of the Traveling Workshop, food and supplies for participants, if applicable, with a maximum of $500.

Traveling Workshop Article for AMATYC News

 
After completion of a Traveling Workshop, AMATYC will request the TWD submit an article to the Traveling Workshop Coordinator for publication in the AMATYC News. Guidelines for writing the article and an example article will be provided to assist.

Traveling Workshop Time Frame

 
The time frame from request to finish depends greatly on the TW Director and the requesting institution or affiliate.

Traveling Workshop Flyer

 
Our Traveling Workshop flyer is a great way to inform and gauge interest of faculty. Key information can be shared with administration and others regarding this professional development opportunity. Click here for the Traveling Workshop Flyer.

Traveling Workshop Grant Information

 
The cost of an AMATYC Traveling Workshop is dependent on several factors including an honorarium and travel costs for the facilitator, as well as costs associated with your specific request and location, with a total usually between $1,500 and $2,000. As many of us know, this can be the cost for one faculty member to attend a conference!
An opportunity to assist in this cost is an AMATYC grant for your Traveling Workshop request, which can cover in part or in whole the costs associated with a Traveling Workshop. For more information click here.

Apply to be an AMATYC Traveling Workshop Facilitator


If you are interested in applying to be an AMATYC Traveling Workshop Facilitator, an excellent first step is to submit a proposal to present at an AMATYC Conference. If you have already presented at an AMATYC Conference (or affiliate conference), please click here to learn more.


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