California Mathematics Council Community Colleges 
Poster Session Submission

Call For Student Posters for 44th Annual CMC3 Fall Conference in Monterey
December 9 and 10, 2016

Thank you for your interest in participating in the annual poster session at our Monterey conference. The poster session has two categories: exploring a math problem that goes beyond the general community college curriculum or exploring a math history topic. Each category will be judged separately. The winner in each category will receive a $100 cash prize.

Student presenters will receive free registration and one lunch is included per poster. Additional lunches may be purchased at the regular conference rate (currently $60/lunch, payable in advance or at the conference). Please indicate any additional lunches in the form below. There is a restaurant at the hotel site for those who do not wish to purchase a conference lunch. Student presenters will need to have a faculty sponsor who attends the conference. The faculty sponsor is responsible for their own conference registration.

Presenters will set up their poster at 9 am on the Saturday of the conference and remove their poster between 3 pm and 5 pm the same day. Tables will be provided to hold stand-alone posters. If you wish to present your poster on an easel, please plan to bring your own. Once the application is submitted, applicants and their sponsors will be contacted with additional information about when and where they will present their poster to conference attendees.

Please fill out the information below and submit it to the conference committee. The abstract information that you provide will be made available to conference participants. The deadline for submissions for the 2016 conference is Nov. 25, 2016. If you have questions about the poster session, please contact Jen Carlin-Goldberg at . We look forward to seeing you in Monterey!
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This presentation: 
    Explores a Math Problem                                  
    Explores Math History

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If you have any questions, please send an email to the
Monterey conference poster session chair

Jen Carlin-Goldberg

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