Skip to main content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

High Impact Practices (HIPs)

Math Colloquium

Math Colloquium

Watch the recording of the Math Colloquium from November 20, 2020

Play recording (2 hr 14 minutes)

Recording password: Eg2xsPFJ

Math Colloquium Joins The EXPO 

Math students, submit your presentations for the Math Colloquium to The EXPO. The EXPO highlights your work before the Math Colloquium, and nominates you to present live at the Math Colloquium on Nov. 20. Submission info:


Mid Oct- End of Semester


Students, create works that address the theme “Quality of Life: Health, Happiness, and Well Being” as it relates to the pandemic, racism, the upcoming election, or anything else related to your studies. Report out about your research, service learning, creative works, cultural analyses, or CTE achievements. Your work will be highlighted in The Paper and on posters in a traveling display to each campus throughout the semester. 

Submission info:

Newfound Confidence for Math Students 

"I viewed the Fall 2019 Math Colloquium as an educational opportunity for the most underserved students in our community. Initially the students were apprehensive, thinking that as high school students they would not be able to match up to their peers on campus. That did not last long. Following the conclusion of the event, I immediately sensed a newfound confidence and bearing in the students. They were so proud of what they had accomplished, and spent the remainder of the semester and into the next bragging about their experience to their classmates. Many have since chosen to pursue new challenges to further their academic achievement."

--Bill Kuhn, concurrent enrollment Math instructor, Harrison District 2

Pikes Peak Community College Libraries
Information ∞ Inquiry ∞ Learning