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Project Math Minds™
The purpose of the Project Math Minds assignment is to introduce the student to the math used by the actuarial profession to manage risk. Up to $5,000 in *scholarship awards are available for the top projects submitted.
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*Please note: All scholarship awards go directly to the US-accredited college or university located in the United States that you plan on attending.
Please note: Students who want to submit a project must be members of MAT and their school must be a current MAT Chapter. For more information, please contact MAT directly.
First Ever Project Math Minds™ Winner also a 2011 John Culver Wooddy Scholarship Recipient
Bryan Taylor McMeen, a graduate of Virgil I. Grissom High School, Huntsville, AL, received the first-ever Project Math Minds™ award for his project, A Statistical Analysis Regarding the Projected Growth of Worker’s Compensation Insurance. Bryan is also a 2011 John Culver Wooddy Scholarship recipient.
View the Huntsville Times article about Bryan's Project Math Minds™ project and award.
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