$249; payment is due upon registration
Date and Time
June 20–23 (Tuesday-Friday), 10 a.m.–noon CST
Applications are no longer being accepted.
Many people see math as nothing but a subject with a lot of incomprehensible rules to remember. However, mathematics is not just about numbers, equations, and rules—it’s more than that. Yet most people have not seen a well-constructed mathematical proof on the infinitude of primes, or know how it can be used to solve problems ranging from optimizing web searches to taking a picture of a black hole in the center of the galaxy (M87). Changing the inaccurate perceptions of mathematics and introducing students to mathematics that are not typically seen in school are the main objectives of this program.
The objectives of the camp are:
- To enhance the participant’s problem-solving skills and abstract reasoning
- To immerse students in the areas of mathematics not typically seen in high school
- Enable students to appreciate the usefulness, power, and beauty of mathematics
- Enable students to communicate mathematical ideas and present mathematical arguments, both writing and orally, using proper mathematical notation and terminology
Eligibility and Program Requirements
- Students must be at least 14 years old to participate.
Kiah Wah Ong, Associate Teaching Professor of Applied Mathematics
Questions about the application process? Email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.