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2015 Results

Congratulations to all of the UT Pro2Serve Math Contest participants. This year approximately 515 students from 52 schools across the state competed for scholarships, trophies and Math Bowl bragging rights.

The max possible score was a 75. This year there were 3 perfect scores! We will be sending out all scores to the schools soon. The Top Ten winners from this year (and past years) all receive the $6,000 per year scholarship if they choose to attend UT Knoxville!

Top Five Fermat I

  1. Simon Li, McCallie School
  2. Allen Liu, McCallie School
  3. Jackson Moody, Memphis University School
  4. Joon Sung Park, Brentwood High School
  5. Andrew Wu, White Station High School

***Honorable Mention

  • Past Winner: Remilia Li, Pope John Paul II
  • Past Winner: Ohm J. Patel, Memphis University School
  • Past Winner: Jiacheng Wen, McCallie School
  • Past Winner: Albert Xue, Oak Ridge High School
  • Past Winner: Chang Yu, Memphis University School

Top Ten Fermatt II (Scholarship Winners)

  1. Tolson Bell, Webb School of Knoxville
  2. Elliott Fang, Farragut High School
  3. Simon Li, McCallie School
  4. Allen Liu, McCallie School
  5. Jackson Moody, Memphis University School
  6. Brendan Ni, Central Magnet School
  7. Haoming Ning, Pope John Paul II
  8. Akaash Padmanabha, Collierville High School
  9. Joon-Sung Park, Brentwood High School
  10. Albert Zheng, McCallie School

***Honorable Mention (previous scholarship winners)

  • Remilia Li, Pope John Paul II
  • Ohm J. Patel, Memphis University School
  • Jiacheng Wen, McCallie School
  • Chang Yu, Memphis University School

Math Bowl Winners

Champions: Memphis University School A
Finalist: Collierville High School A


Scavenger Hunt Winners

Pro2Serve Honor: On Tuesday, October 27, the Department of Mathematics recognized Pro2Serve for 15 years of generous support of the UT Pro2Serve Math Contest.  Pictured are Dr. Chuck Collins, center, Interim Dean for Academic Programs of the College of Arts and Sciences; Dr. Barry Goss, Pro2Serve CEO and Chairman; and Homer Fisher, Pro2Serve Board Member.

last updated: March 2016

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