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MU ALPHA SIGMA CHI
(Math and Science Club)

The Math and Science Club of Cowley College will seek to promote student interest in the disciplines of mathematics and science and to enrich learning opportunities in mathematics and science throughout the college and community through extra curricular activities.

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 2013-2014
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Activities

   
Puzzlefest

Math & Science Club Puzzlefest 2014

 Cowley students took part in the Math & Science Club sponsored Puzzlefest competition Tuesday. Students completed math problems on puzzle pieces that created geometric shapes when completed.
This year’s winners were 1st Place, Anthony Maldonado, 2nd Place, Amy Jo Gragert and 3rd Place, Nancy Misasi.

   

Mu Alpha Theta holds induction ceremony

ceremony

Cowley College students were inducted into the Mu Alpha Theta National Mathematics Club on Tuesday, March 4 in a ceremony held in the Earle N. Wright Community Room. read more

   
Students conducted experiments on International Cosmic Day
cosmic rays
September 25 was international cosmic day. Martin Shaffer, the Math and Science Club, and Physics students conducted a cosmic ray research experiment.
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Cowley Tiger Drag Racing
Mouse trap car speed contest

mousetrap

OBJECTIVE: Build a vehicle, powered solely by the energy of one standard-sized mouse trap, (1 3/4” x 3 7/8”), that will travel a 5-meter linear in the shortest amount of time.
Race will be held, Tuesday October 1, at 4:00 pm. read more

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At Arkansas City:

Sponsors: Martin Shaffer and Steve Cooper

Math and Science club will meet the 1st Tuesday of the month at 4:00 pm in GJ304

2013-2014 Officers:
President: Anthony Maldonado
Vice President: Lake Ferguson
Historian: Amy jo Gragert
Student Senate Representative: Dalton Chambers

  • New members are always welcome, just come to a meeting and we'll sign you up.

At Mulvane Center:

Activities:

 

Mulvane Math and Science ClubMulvane Math and Science Club Looked to the Future

With the Spring 2014 semester rapidly coming to a close, the Mulvane Math and Science Club looked to the future by electing officers for the 2014-15 academic year. The group met for the last time on Wednesday, May 7.

New officers include: Nhat Nguyen, president; Kathryn McIntosh, vice president; Libby Heflin, secretary; Brandon McIntosh, communications rep. read more

 

Mulvane Math and Science Club is closing out the semester with a flurry of activities
Mulvane Math and Science Club
Grass shirts and coconut bras were the attire for the day when the Mulvane Math and Science Club sponsored their annual luau event on Wednesday, April 16th.
The next day, club members finally got to see how their home-made airplanes measured up against each other.
Sunday, April 27th, members of the club and their guests traveled to Hutchinson to the Cosmosphere. read more

 

Mulvane Math & Science ClubMulvane Math & Science Club Activities

The Mulvane Math & Science Club has been very busy this semester. Meeting twice a month, one meeting is for business and projects and the other is usually an activity or fundraiser. Some sort of food is always provided, usually prepared by Chef Conrad, with members contributing as well. read more

 

Pi DayMulvane Math and Science Club raises over $200

The Math and Science Club at Cowley College’s Mulvane Center raised $209.89 during its annual Pie Day contest held Thursday, March 13 at the Mulvane Center. read more

 

Annual Chili Cook offAnnual Chili cook off

The Mulvane Math and Science Club sponsored its annual chili cook off on Wednesday. Club members and faculty sponsors provided the chili and fixings, which was sold for $1.50 for a “bottom-less” bowl. Bottled water and desserts were also available for $.50 each. As always, a wide range of chilis were entered in the contest. These included several kinds of regular chili with beef and beans, two kinds of white chicken chili, and even a meat-less, pumpkin chili. The club started serving at 11:00 a.m. and by late afternoon, everything was gone. Of course, no Math and Science club fundraiser would be complete without music provided by Uwe Conrad, club sponsor. The club raised $135.00, which will be used to defray the cost of a spring field trip. The Mulvane Math and Science Club is open to any student attending the Mulvane campus and meets monthly for a business meeting and to plan projects. For more information regarding the Mulvane Math and Science Club, contact the president Elliott McNelly, emcnelly12@gmail.com .

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Mulvane Clubs hold annual "wiener feast" in September

The Mulvane Math & Science Club opened the fall semester with its annual “wiener feast”.

Students and staff at the Mulvane Center enjoyed hot dogs, brats, sauerkraut, chips and desserts for a very minimal cost.  read more

 

Sponsors: Uwe 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

Officers:
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.

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MU ALPHA THETA
(Community College Mathematics Honor Society)

Mu Alpha Theta (MS day) 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 bridge, you will automatically become a member of Luau, 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 induction, 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!

 

 

 

 

 
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