The eleventh annual Western Washington Community College Student Mathematics Conference will take place Saturday, February 25, 2017, on the campus of Green River College. Coffee and light refreshments will be available starting at 9:00 a.m., with the talks getting under way at 10:00 a.m.
Students from around the region will present brief talks about interesting mathematical topics they’re studying, both inside and outside of their classes.
There is no registration fee and a (free) lunch will be provided.
The featured speaker will Briana Zimmer, a Green River student who will present her knot-theory results (“Knot Fertility and Lineage”) from her Research Experience for Undergraduates work last summer.
To register, simply fill out and submit this form.
Please register no later Wednesday, February 22, 2017.
WWCCSMC XI seeks students who would like to share interesting ideas and discoveries, either directly from their courses or from topics outside of their normal classes that would be accessible and of interest to other community college mathematics students.
Students may make presentations individually or in small groups. While we expect that most presentations will last between 10 and 20 minutes, there are no official length requirements or limits; we merely ask for a good estimate of the time each student or group needs.
If you wish to present a talk, please send a brief synopsis of your proposed presentation, along with the name(s) and e-mail address(es) of the presenter(s), to email@example.com by February
10 17, 2017.
Students who submit a presentation need not submit a separate conference registration. We will automatically register each presenter for the conference.
The conference takes place in Cedar Hall on the Green River College campus.
Cedar Hall is the building in green labeled “CH” toward the bottom of the campus map linked above. You can park in the lots marked P6 or P7; no permit is required on weekends. You’ll want to walk around Cedar Hall to its main entrance off Sinex Way (which, as you’ll see on the map, actually is roughly sinusoidal).
Send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org