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Student Posters

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 Session

CMC3 invites community college mathematics students to participate in the student poster session at our Fall Conference. We encourage all types of posters 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 poster and information on how they will be judged.

A $150 scholarship is awarded for each student poster entry presented at the Fall Conference: $150 is awarded to each single student presenter or $75 is awarded to each pair of student presenters. Additional scholarships will be awarded to the winning poster(s).

Presenters are to set up their posters at 9 am on the Saturday of the conference and remove their posters between 3 pm and 5 pm the same day. Student presentations will occur between 10:30 and 11:30 am in Regency V and awards will be announced before the keynote. Tables will be provided to hold stand-alone posters. If you wish to present your poster on an easel, please bring an easel and backing. Once the application is submitted, applicants and their sponsors will be contacted with additional information about when and where they will present their posters to conference attendees.

Students are limited to two student presenters per entry and lunch will be provided to all applicants. Additional lunches may be purchased at the regular conference rate (currently $60 per lunch, payable in advance or at the conference). Student presenters will need to have a faculty sponsor who attends the conference. The faculty sponsor is responsible for their own conference registration.

Entering the Competition

Would you like to take part in the next poster session? If so, check back here between May 1 and Nov 21, 2019.

2018 Participants

Noether’s Theorem and its Applications to PhysicsCody VigSolano Community CollegeDarryl Allen$300
Yield Forecasting Modeling DesignChris Rodriguez & Daniel A. Enriquez UlloaHartnell CollegeBrian Palmer$300
Approximating A 2D Boltzmann DistributionJordan Van LeuevenSolano Community CollegeZak Hannan$250
Insurgent ConvergenceBrendan NoffsingerYuba CollegeErika Noffsinger$250