2019 MATHCOUNTS Eastern Chapter competition

MATHCOUNTS at the Connecticut Society of Professional Engineers

When: February 9, 2019.

Where: McHugh Hall 102 (MCHU) on the University of Connecticut at Storrs campus.
McHugh Hall 102 description.

8:00 am McHugh Hall opens: MATHLETES, coaches and proctors arrive
8:00 am-8:30 am REGISTRATION
8:45 MATHLETES are seated-Announcements and instructions reviewed
9:00 am-9:40 am Sprint Round - followed by 15-minute break
10:00 am-10:40 am Target Round - followed by 15-minute break
11:00 am-11:20 am Team competition
11:20 am-12:00 pm LUNCH BREAK for MATHLETES
12:15 pm-1:00 pm Countdown Round
1:15 pm-1:30 pm Awards Ceremony
1:30 pm Competition Completed-clean up

Please note that the CSPE will not be providing refreshments at this year's competition.
Coaches, participants and parents may bring lunch and eat in the adjacent Student Union.
In addition, you can buy lunch at Student Union's food court.

Directions and parking:
Searchable campus map can be found here. During weekends visitors can park in any parking spot on campus (unless otherwise marked).
The closest parking garage to McHugh Hall is South Garage (parking fees are posted here). UConn always has construction going on, so anyone trying to access the South Garage by way of the UConn Ice Rink (Separatist Road to Jim Callhoun Way) will run into a long detour.
Particpants can be dropped off at Hillside Road across from the Gampel Pavilion to walk to McHugh Hall.

Safety: McHugh Hall is located at the center of the pedestrian zone of the Storrs UConn campus. The Division of Public Safety can be found here. Coaches need to ensure students are chaperoned at any time they are outside of the testing room.

2019 MATHCOUNTS Eastern Chapter competition at the University of Connecticut, February 9, 2019 is sponsored by the Department of Mathematics, University of Connecticut.
The event is hosted by the University of Connecticut's AMS Student Chapter, AWM Student Chapter and SIAM Student Chapter.

Local coordinators:
Professor Masha Gordina (maria.gordina at uconn.edu)
Sean Eustace (PhD student in mathematics)
Daniel Mourad (PhD student in mathematics)