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Bracket designed by MMM fan and Assistant Professor Will Nickley!
Additionally, we surveyed educators in 2018-2020 and we learned a lot about how March Mammal Madness is being used (Check out the article!). Based on those findings, we have updated the totally optional, 10-minute survey that allows us to systematically follow-up on some topics for refining MMM. Your input through these surveys allows us to continuously improve March Mammal Madness so thank you in advance for your participation. Fill out the survey for 2021!
If you'd like to share any tools or resources that you've created with the community, please submit them on this form! (feeds into Crowdsourced Link above)
Here is our sister site, Dr. Hinde's #2021MMM Tournament Page! Tournament information will be posted here as well as on that page.
|Wed, Feb 10||Team members, rules, FAQ, Twitter Game Cross Promotion|
|Fri, Feb 12||Early Request form for Educators opens|
|Feb 15-19||Twitter Game species Reveals (details below!)|
|Sun Feb 21||Divisions Announced: Red, In Fur; Tricksy Taxonomy; Of Myths & Monsters; Sea Beasties|
|Mon Feb 22||Educator Materials distributed|
|Fri Feb 26||Bracket Release!|
|Mon March 8 at 8:00 PM ET||Wild Card|
|Wed March 10 at 8:00 PM ET||Round 1: Red, in Fur|
|Thurs March 11 at 8:00 PM ET||Round 1: Tricksy Taxonomy|
|Mon March 15 at 8:00 PM ET||Round 1: Sea Beasties|
|Wed March 17 at 8:00 PM ET||Round 1: Of Myths and Monsters|
|Thurs March 18 at 8:00 PM ET||Round 2: Red, in Fur and Tricksy Taxonomy|
|Mon March 22 at 8:00 PM ET||Round 2: Sea Beasties and Of Myths and Monsters|
|Wed March 24 at 8:00 PM ET||Sweet Sixteen|
|Thurs March 25 at 8:00 PM ET||Elite Trait|
|Mon March 29 at 8:00 PM ET||Final Roar|
|Wed March 31 at 8:00 PM ET||CHAMPIONSHIP!|
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