Inland Northwest Mathematics Experience (INME)
November 2nd and 3rd, 2006

The fourth annual Inland Northwest Mathematics Experience (INME) was held on the Washington State University Pullman campus, on November 2nd and 3rd, 2006. High school and junior high students from throughout the Pacific Northwest arrived on campus to participate in hands-on mathematical exercises. Participating students were enrolled in a variety of classes: advanced and remedial math as well as alternative schools. The following are random photos that were taken throughout both days. Please note that the photos are not in any particular order.

A special thanks to contributors' of the event: the WSU College of Sciences provided payment of lunch for all students, and the WSU Department of Mathematics contributed $400 for the two-day event. Also, a big thank you to all of the WSU locations that provided classroom space: SLIC, Cleveland Hall, Honor’s College, Neill Hall, and the Engineering Teaching Research Lab along with Stevenson Dining Hall for providing food service. Dr. Kim Vincent, of the Department of Mathematics, organized the event with the help of events coordinator Pam Guptill and members of the registered student organization PreToM (Preservice Teachers of Mathematics). WSU students enrolled in Math 330 - Secondary Mathematical Methods, created the hands-on activities for participating students.

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