Mathematics students Hannah Frederick, Ashley Scurlock and Isabella Gransbury traveled to the 2020 Joint Mathematics Meeting in Denver, CO, January 2020–the largest mathematics conference in the world! The three UMW Mathematics majors presented their research with almost 400 other students in the undergraduate poster session of the conference. Hannah’s poster–Using Circulant Matrices for Sharing Secret Matrices–made it on the outstanding posters list, and Ashley’s poster–Anticommutative Quaternions: The Binomial Theorem, ep+q=epeq, and Trig identities–made it on the honorable mention posters list. Isabella’s topic was Computing the Solution Count of Non-Boundary Value Problems. Hannah, Ashley, and Isabella also won honorable mention in the radical dash competition. The conference was filled with opportunities for learning about current innovative mathematical research as well as networking among businesses, academics, and undergraduates. It was also an opportunity like no other to get advice about graduate school and professional careers that require a mathematical background. Their faculty sponsor was Professor Jeb Collins.