NMSC 2020 CANCELLED
The Harvey Mudd Campus and the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association are cancelling the NMSC this year due to COVID19 concerns. The health and well-being of our students and community is the highest concern, and we look to next year to run the event.
NATIONAL MATHEMATICS SCIENCE AND PHYSICS COMPETITION
AT HARVEY MUDD COLLEGE
April 18, 2020 @ 10AM
The National Mathematics competition organized by KSEA and the competition is in its 19th year. On April 18, 2020, the 4th – 11th grade students will participate across 33 chapters around the US. We are proud to work with Harvey Mudd College to host the mathematics competition (4th to 11th grades), science competition, and a physics competition for high school students (9th to 12th grades).
4th to 11th Grades
9th to 12th grades
Helping parents support their student's STEM journey
301 Platt Blvd, Claremont, CA 91711
Lat/Long: 34.105512, -117.711528
REGISTRATION AND COSTS
$25 Online, $35 Onsite, $5 discount with KSEA Membership (KSEA Membership is welcome to those with interests in Science and Engineering), $5 discount for multiple students
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
REGISTRATION BEGINS AND HARVEY MUDD TOUR
Register on-site or pick up your materials (on-line registrations). Coffee, pastries, available and a Tour at 10:15 AM
MATHEMATICS COMPETITION AND PARENTS' SEMINAR
Students grades 4 to 11 will take a 25 problem exam covering questions from standard school curriculum and competition-style questions.
Parents can learn from educational leaders, STEM professionals, and university professors on how to guide their student's learning. This session will be in Korean, but the remainder of the competition is in English.
Students 4th to 8th will start lunch at 12:30 pm and students 9th to 12th will start at 1 pm. This is a great time to interact with our volunteers and ask questions. Pizza lunch is provided free to student participants, and kimbab rolls are available for purchase.
SCIENCE, PHYSICS, OR CODING COMPETITIONS OR STEM LABS
STEM Labs: Coding (all grades)- build a 3D model - the best design will get credit towards 3D printing!
Science Competition (4th to 11th grades) - work in teams to tackle a science project!
Physics Competition (8th to 12th grades) - 12 questions with 8 mechanics and 4 electro-magnetism questions
Coding Competitions (any) - written Computer Science questions
Awards for the students, and raffle prizes!
AWARDS CEREMONY AND RAFFLE
The event will end by 5pm.
Our sponsors make this event possible! We are very fortunate to have their support, and commitment to our community. Our confirmed sponsors are below:
DO I NEED TO BE KOREAN-AMERICAN TO PARTICIPATE?
No! The event is open to all students grades 4th through 12th (12th grade is physics exam only).
HOW DO I PREPARE FOR THE EXAM?
WILL THERE FOOD?
We will have free pizza and water for the students for lunch. We will also have pastries, coffee (morning) and kimbab (afternoon) for purchase.
We are a volunteer-based team representing a variety of STEM fields
JOHN LEE, PHD
Managing Director, Data Science, KPMG
SEON HO KIM, PHD
Associate Director of Integrated Media Systems Center, USC
HAEJUNG AN, PHD
Sponsors and Community Relationships
JAYOUNG KIM, PHD
Education Seminar for Parents and Publicity
Professor of Surgery
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
JEHO PARK, PHD
Director, Murty Sunak Quantitative and Computing Lab
SAMUEL CHOI, PHD
Mathematics and Physics Competition
Environmental Laboratory Supervisor, OC Sanitation District
EUN BIN GO
PhD Candidate, UCLA
CHAN SEUNG PARK, PHD
Associate Research Engineer, UC Riverside
SUEJUNG HUH, PHD
STEM LAB: 3D Design
Founder, Ohhh! Inc.