30th annual Math Contest set for high school seniors
Coastal Carolina University offers a Coastal Scholars Award to the highest scoring Horry County senior on the Level II test.
In addition to competitions, Coastal Carolina University professor Andrew Incognito will give a presentation titled "The Mathematics of Voting." Incognito, an assistant professor of mathematics and statistics at the University, earned a bachelor's, a master's and a doctorate degree from Temple University.
The following high schools will participate: A.C. Flora, Academic Magnet, Aynor, Carvers Bay, Carolina Forest, Creek Bridge, Goose Creek, Green Sea Floyds, Hartsville, John T. Hoggard (North Carolina), Mullins, Socastee, Wando, West Florence, Williston-Elko and Wilson.
For more information, contact Coastal Carolina University's Department of Mathematics and Statistics at 843-349-2004.