The Clark Mills Carr Prize in Mathematics is one of Knox College’s oldest and most prestigious awards. Established in 1901, the Carr Prize is awarded each year on the basis of a competitive examination in mathematics, up to and including the level of calculus.
This year’s Carr Prize Examination will be the 110th in the history of Knox College. All students, except for graduating seniors and past winners, are elgible to win the prize. The exam will take place Sunday, May 6, from 1pm to 4pm in SMC A219.For further information, contact Prof. Brent Solie at bsolie@knox.edu.

 

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