The William Lowell Putnam Competition is an international competition sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America for undergraduate students interested in being challenged in mathematics.
This competition is for individual competitors and is a one-day event consisting of two three-hour sessions with a two-hour break between. In each session, participants are given six challenging problems to solve. Participants compete at their own universities and their solutions are sent to a committee of mathematicians for scoring.
More information about the Putnam Competition is available at https://www.maa.org/math-competitions/putnam-competition.
Registration and Contacts
When: December 4, 2021, at BJU from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm
For details at BJU: Erick Ross, email@example.com
Faculty sponsor: Dr. Laurel Carpenter, firstname.lastname@example.org
Further Resources for Participants
Resources for students to prepare for the Putnam:
- The Putnam and Beyond ebook
- Archive of past Putnam problems/solutions (past problems sorted by topic, see Links for Undergraduate Students)
- List of topics/explanations in competitive mathematics