Hundreds of Tennessee high school students will put their mathematics skills to the test and vie for scholarships during this year’s UT Pro2Serve Math Contest.
Ten students were awarded $4,000 annual scholarships to UT in the recent UT–Pro2Serve Math Contest. More than 600 students from fifty Tennessee high schools participated in the competition held November 14 at UT.
There are buzzers, eliminations, and fierce competition. But there is no football, and certainly no calculators, in this bowl. The UT–Pro2Serve Math Contest, hosted by UT will award ten lucky and bright students $4,000 annual scholarships to UT.
Nearly 600 students from forty-seven Tennessee high schools battled in the UT-Pro2Serve Math Contest held at UT on October 25. But only ten students were awarded $4,000 annual scholarships to UT. Scholarships are funded by UT and Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek.
Nearly 600 students from 58 Tennessee high schools converged on the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, campus Thursday, October 20, to compete in the UT – Pro2Serve Math Contest. The top ten individual contest winners received four-year, $4,000 scholarships to UT Knoxville.
The UT-Pro2Serve Math Contest is an annual contest where Tennessee high school students, public, private and home-schooled, compete for awards and honors. This year’s contest will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 26, on the UT Knoxville campus.
While football bowl season is still a few weeks off, math bowl season is now under way. Next Tuesday, Oct. 27, more than 600 high school students will descend on UT Knoxville for the UT-Pro2Serve Math Contest, an annual day-long event pitting students from across the state in both individual and team competitions testing their mathematics skills.