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MSSM Weekend Workshop



On Saturday, MSSM had an Alumni Speaker Series with four presentations from members of the MSSM community. Topics included: "Hydrogen and Hypochlorous Production from Wastewater" by Craig Cunningham, MSSM Trustee and business owner; "Exploring Dimension: Above and Between" by MSSM Executive Director and Class of 2001; "The Simplicity of Complex Exponentials" by Joseph Siddiqui, MSSM Board of Trustees Chair and former Mathematics Faculty; and "Defense Against the Dark Arts" by Jon Boyd, MSSM Class of 1997.

Each classroom was packed with students, staff, faculty, and Trustees while they gave hour-long presentations. Everyone had several questions and left with a new understanding of these topics. No photos were taken in the cyber security class by request.

After both math sessions concluded, former math teachers compared experiences.
Chandler Pike ('22) looked on as members of the VEX team worked on their robot.
%22Exploring Dimension: Above and Between%22 by Sam Critchlow, MSSM Executive Director and Class of 2001.
New Trustees were given a tour of MSSM from Dr. Debbie Eustis-Grandy (Science Dept Chair) and Marian Reagan
%22The Simplicity of Complex Exponentials%22 by Joseph Siddiqui, MSSM Board of Trustees Chair and former Mathematics Faculty.
%22Hydrogen and Hypochlorous Production from Wastewater%22 by Craig Cunningham, MSSM Trustee and business owner.