# Math Competitions

## Putnam Competition

**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

**Registration: **https://artofproblemsolving.com/contests/putnam/student

**For details at BJU:** Erick Ross, eross156@students.bju.edu

**Faculty sponsor:** Dr. Laurel Carpenter, llcarpen@bju.edu

**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