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California Mathematics Council Community Colleges

California Mathematics Council Community Colleges

California Mathematics Council Community Colleges

Student Presentations

Cody Vig Poster Cody Vig Poster Jordan Van Leueven Poster Chris Rodriguez and Daniel Enriquez Ulloa Poster Cody Vig Award Chris Rodriguez and Daniel Enriquez Ulloa Award

About the Student Poster/Presentation Contest

CMC3 invites community college mathematics students to participate in the student poster/presentation contest at our Fall Conference. We understand that travel to Monterey may not be possible for all students, so we will be providing both an in-person and a virtual submission option this year! Travel stipends will be made available to students who participate in person, and lunch will be provided for in-person participants. We encourage all types of presentations that present some aspect of mathematics (math history, math education, problem solving, mathematical modeling, algebra, calculus, topology, statistics, etc), and provide these guidelines for your presentation.

Presentations will be judged in the week leading up to the conference, and cash scholarships up to $300 will be awarded to the winners.

Students submitting virtually will upload their video presentations to FlipGrid no later than Wednesday December 7th, 2023. or the QR Code shown below. The FlipGrid submission link will open on Friday, December 1, 2023, and will close at midnight on Thursday, December 7, 2023.

QR Code for a Student Presentation

The title of your submission needs to include – The title of your presentation, your name(s), and the name of your faculty mentor. Students are limited to two student presenters per entry, and faculty mentor must be a member in good standing of CMC3.

2022 Participants

$400Sophie Ratsimamaitaka & SaknouptrathBakersfield CollegeDr. Jonathan BrownA Case for Arachnid Electric Flight Biomimcry
$250Jasper LasterLake Tahoe Community CollegeLarry GreenNon-Euclidean Geometry
$150Olga OrkutCañada CollegeRaymond LapuzCaley-Hamilton Theorem