Dear PCC community,
Pi Day Student Conference is coming! Thursday, March 14.
This is a "For Students, By Students" event. The goal is to promote the ownership of students' math learning, to encourage students to talk about mathematics, to share students' joy of learning mathematics, to develop better attitudes and mindsets needed to learn mathematics, to discover ways of overcoming difficulties or anxiety in learning mathematics, to connect mathematics with real-life applications, and to celebrate and share students' victories in understanding math concepts.
If you are participating in the poster presentations, we want to remind you to submit your 1/2 page summary and your final posters on-line through canvas. Please see the attached flyers and visit www.pasadena.edu/pi for more information.
We want to encourage all students, faculty and staff to visit the Pi Day Student Conference in the quad, to listen to presenters' explanations, to give the students encouragement, to ask questions, to have discussions around their research and to celebrate student success in math!
The program of Pi-Day Student Conference:
8:30 am to 4:00 pm Student Conference in PCC Quad
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Clubs Pi Day events & 314 Balloons festival in PCC Quad
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm Special Talk with Q&A, Thomas Y. Hou, "How Mathematics Improves the Quality of Our Life", in Creveling Lounge