|The American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (www.AMATYC.org)
League conducts a mathematics contest every year, giving one test in the fall and one in the spring.
Participating colleges are divided into eight regions. New England
colleges are in the Northeast region.
The New England Mathematics Association of Two-Year Colleges is an affiliate of AMATYC, and supports and encourages the participation of colleges in New England in this league. NEMATYC offcers prizes to the top winner at each NEMATYC colleges, provided only that the winner must have participated in both the fall and the spring tests.
The purpose of the NEMATYC Student Mathematics League Recognition Awards Program is to foster extracurricular mathematics learning opportunities for students through participation in the AMATYC Student Mathematics League (SML). The top-placing student in the AMATYC SML Competition at each school in NEMATYC’s region receives a $100 award. The only criteria is the student must participate in both the Fall and Spring competitions.
The top school receives the Lois A. Martin NEMATYC Student Mathematics League Award.
|Dates for the Student Mathematics League Math Competition are at the AMATYC website - look for the Student Math League link.|
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