Each spring the CMC3 Foundation honors one full time California community college student who has investigated a topic or application in mathematics. The selected student gives a 20-minute presentation on their work at the Spring Conference. That student also receives a $500 scholarship, made possible by a generous gift from past CMC3 president Debra Landre.
Gabriel Fredericks, of Solano Community College, spoke on the Practical and Theoretical Significance of L-Functions.
|2018||Gabriel Fredericks||Solano Community College||Practical and Theoretical Significance of L-Functions||Joseph Conrad|
|2017||Christopher Yang||Las Positas College||Tidal Forces and the Expanding Orbit of the Moon||Dr. Ruchira Majumdar & Dr. Robin Rehagen|
|2016||Nick Saal||Santa Rosa Junior College||Summation Methods on Divergent Series||Dave Ohlsen|
|2015||JoeAnna McDonald||Sacramento City College||Elliptic Curves||Alex May|
|2014||No Student Speaker||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|2013||Gabriel McHugh||Santa Rosa Junior College||Φ-Fi_Fo_Fum||?|
|2012||Jesse Cohen||Santa Rosa Junior College||Algebra: A Student's Exploration of Space and Structure||?|
|2011||Andrew Gabriel||Santa Rosa Junior College||Cantor’s Set Theory, His Opposition, and His Spiral Into Insanity||?|
|2010||No Student Speaker||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|2019||Melissa Thaw||Lake Tahoe Community College||The Volume and Surface Area of the water in the Habital Zone of the Milfoil in Lake Tahoe||?|