Virginia Tech Regional Mathematics Contest
The VTRMC will not be running until further notice.
Congratulations to the winners of the VTRMC 2022!
Out of 156 participants this year from 32 institutions across the US, we have the top following top scorers and their corresponding prizes:
- Thomas Draper, BYU ($200)
- Nathan Nguyen, Duke ($200)
- Isaac Hellerman, UDallas ($200)
- Tran Duy Anh Le, UR ($200)
- Gradin Anderson, BYU ($75)
- Fletch Rydell, Duke ($75)
- Grant Mullins ($100)
- Jenifer Dejager ($100)
- Joshua Bennett ($50)
- Milo Craun ($50)
- JC Hartman ($50)
The Virginia Tech Regional Mathematics Contest was sponsored each fall by the Mathematics Department at Virginia Tech. More than 100 colleges and universities throughout VA, DC, GA, IL, MD, NJ, NY, OH, NC, PA, SC, TN, WV and other states were invited to participate each year.
The VTRMC ran for 44 years, starting in 1979, running through 2022. It grew to the point where over 100 schools with over 700 contestants participated in a typical year. Contestants at each participating school took the two and one-half hour exam on their own campus under the supervision of one of their own faculty members. Individuals competed for
- $950 in regional prizes for which any contestant is eligible, and
- $350 in local prizes for which only Virginia Tech students are eligible.
Initially conceived as a regional preliminary contest to the annual national William Lowell Putnam Mathematics Competition, the VTRMC served that function at a number of participating schools.
The past exams and their solutions (1987 - 2022) are linked below.