The Forty-seventh Annual

Rose-Hulman High-school Mathematics Contest

2012

The Champions - Carmel
Carmel High School students gather for a group photograph after winning this year's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Mathematics Competition for their fourth consecutive title.

Shonk Award winners
Shonk Award Winners: Daniel Vance of Fishers High School and Amanda Li of Park Tudor High School earned honors for having the top male and female scores in the freshman division of this year's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Mathematics Competition. The book, An Episodic History of Mathematics, came from a fund established to honor former Vigo County teacher Sally Shonk. Amanda Li had a perfect score. Presenting the awards were Allen Broughton (left), chair of Rose-Hulman's Department of Mathematics, and Rose-Hulman Mathematics Professor Joe Eichholz(right).

Rhein award winners
Top Sophomores: Kevin Mi (Carmel), Crishan Fernando (Carmel), Alex Yu (Carmel), Julia Wang (Park Tudor), Kevin Fei( Carmel), and Nathan Mytelka (Park Tudor) received book prizes as the top male and female sophomore place finishers in this year's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Mathematics Competition. Each recieved The Art and Craft of Problem Solving, in memory of former Cincinnati contest organizer Mary Rhein. The books were donated by Wiley Publishing. Making the award presentation were Allen Broughton (rear, left), chair of Rose-Hulman's Department of Mathematics, and Mathematics Professor Christine Selby (rear, right).

First place Junior individual
Top Juniors: Chanmin Kim of Champaign Central High School and David Liang of Carmel High School earned perfect scores to take first place honors in the junior class division of this year's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Mathematics Competition. This was Liang's second consecutive perfect score. Presenting the award were Allen Broughton, head of Rose-Hulman's Department of Mathematics, and Professor of Mathematics Eric Reyes.
First place Senior individual
Alex Barksdale (Terre Haute South), Tervor Clinkenbeard (Iowa City West), Ben Sheff (Iowa City West), and Madeline Snipes (Fishers) had a perfect 100-point score to win the senior class division of this year's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Mathematics Competition. Congratulating the senior winners were were Allen Broughton(left), head of Rose-Hulman's mathematics department, and Professor of Mathematics Sylvia Carlisle.
First place Senior Team
Going Out As Champions: Winning the senior class division of this year's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Mathematics Competition were Fishers High School seniors Madeline Snipes, Victor Gonsalves, Nathaniel Smith, and Usama Kamran. Congratulating the students on their accomplishment was Rose-Hulman Mathematics Department Head Allen Broughton.

First place Junior Team
Junior Titlists: Carmel High School students that combined to win the junior division of this year's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Mathematics Competition were (from left) David Liang, Yushi Homma, and Eric Langowski (Not pictured: Claudia Huang). Congratulating the students was Allen Broughton, head of Rose-Hulman's mathematics department.

First place Sophomore Team
Sophomore Champions: Members of Carmel High School's first place sophomore team in this year's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Mathematics Competition included (from left) Kevin Mi, Alex Yu, Cynthia Wu, and Kevin Fei.

First place Freshman Team
Freshman Class Winners: Carmel High School freshmen combined to earn top team honors at this year's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Mathematics Competition. The winning team included Miles Dai, Aryaman Gupta, Ryan Joui, and Simon Langowski. Congratulating the students was Allen Broughton, head of Rose-Hulman's mathematics department.