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The Math and Science Club will endeavor to:
- Conduct bimonthly meetings
- Sponsor one or more mathematics and/or science related
field trips or projects per semester.
- Assist the Natural Science Department in recruiting
students to major in fields related to mathematics and the sciences.
- Retain a membership of 20-25 members.
- Look for mathematics and science related service opportunities
within the community.
- Help the Natural Science Department with Math and Science
Day, Technology Day, Career day, etc.
- Submit names to Mu Alpha Theta of qualified math students
for membership into that organization.
Math and Science Club 2014-2015
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Sponsors: Martin Shaffer and Steve Cooper
Math and Science club will meet the 1st Tuesday of the month at 4:00 pm in GJ304
President: Elijah Rebold
Historian: Morgan Ruckman
Student Senate Rep.: Dalton Chambers
- New members are always welcome, just come to a meeting and we'll sign you up.
Conrad and Nancy
Math and Science club will meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesday's
of each month from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in Room 128
President – Ashley Clark
1st Vice President – Angelica Wood
2nd Vice President – Kayla Dye
Secretary/Treasurer – Jade Carlson
- New members are always welcome, just come to a meeting
and we'll sign you up.
Math and Science Club Activities — 2014-2015
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Mu Alpha Theta inducts new members
Cowley College’s Natural Science & Mathematics Department held its annual Mu Alpha Theta induction ceremony Tuesday night in the Earle N. Wright Community Room.
Mu Alpha Theta is a national community college mathematics honor society. Membership is available to those students who exhibit the work ethic, ability, and leadership qualities necessary to excel in mathematics. read more
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Bridge Design Contest
February 1 through April 1, 2015
Using resources provided by the West Point Academy, Cowley College Math & Science Club is sponsoring a "local bridge design contest"! read more
High School students take part in Math & Science Day
Close to 100 high school students took part in the Math and Science Day events at Cowley College’s main campus in Arkansas City on Wednesday.
Schools in attendance were: Ark City Christian Academy, Ark City High School, Chaparral, Oxford, South Haven, West Elk, and Woodland (Fairfax, OK).
The students competed for scholarships and cash prizes. The format of the competition consisted of the construction of scientific apparatus testing the skills of the creators (in teams of two) and a scholastic competition for those knowledgeable in the scientific fields. read more
Catapults hit the targets
On Tuesday, November 18, the Mulvane Math and Science club had their Catapult Launching of the catapults that the different teams built. read more
Math and Science Club takes field trip to Oklahoma Aquarium
Cowley College’s Mu Alpha Sigma Chi (Math and Science Club) recently took a field trip to the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks, OK on Friday, November 7.
Students who attended were: Kallie Blakney, Jaevin Colvin, Katrina Cropek, Michelle Diver, Maddie Hale, Alieu Joof, Amanda Krook, Marissa Leake, Elijah Rebold, Morgan Ruckman, and Patci Vega Marin. Sponsors Steve Cooper and Martin Shaffer also attended. read more
Cowley Propeller Car Contest 2014
On Tuesday, November 4, Mu Alpha Sigma Chi sponsored a propeller car contest. The goal of the contest was to design, build and race a propeller driven car 20 meters in the fastest amount of time. read more
Students had a "howling" experience
While the Math & Science Club were working on the International Cosmic Day with scientists in Germany and other schools in Europe, they took a break to watch the total lunar eclipse.
Full lunar eclipses are often called "blood moons" because of the reddish tint they adopt as sunsets and sunrises seen from Earth reflect onto the surface of the moon. This eclipse marks the second in a series of four lunar eclipses in a row, known as a "tetrad."
Weiner Feast at Mulvane raised money for Math & Science Club.
On Wednesday, September 3, the Math and Science Club held their annual Wiener Feast. The club would like to thank all of our customers! We raised $115.00 which will help partly help fund our activities for this coming year. Our first trip will be to the Wichita Zoo.
If you have not joined the math and science club at Mulvane then contact either Uwe Conrad at firstname.lastname@example.org or David Hays at email@example.com for information.
A special thanks goes to Uwe Conrad, our beloved Wiener Cook! Everyone had a great time (except for the poor cows that donated to our cause, but we thank them for their sacrifice). If you missed out this year, then mark your calendar down for the start of September next year! Click here to see more photos.
(Community College Mathematics Honor Society)
Alpha Theta () is a national community college mathematics club.
It's major purpose is to promote greater interest in mathematics
and give recognition for excellence in mathematics performance
by community college students. Membership in Mu Alpha Theta is
limited to those students who have excelled in mathematics and
met the minimum standard for membership.
Membership in Mu Alpha Theta is an asset to a student's
record and resume. It is a way to recognize capable math students, as
well as to enhance the mathematics instruction of the institution. In
addition , when you join ,
you will automatically become a member of ,
the Cowley Math & Science Club, however you are under no obligation
to be an active member of Math & Science Club.
In order to cover membership dues and initiation fees,
there is a one-time membership fee of $40.00.
If you have questions regarding membership in Math and
Science club or ,
please contact Martin
Shaffer at 620-441-5329, Steve
Cooper at (620) 441-5215 or Uwe
Conrad at Mulvane at 316-777-3058. Membership in this organization
is truly an honor!
Membership in this organization is truly an honor!