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Math Circle

Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Physics

                                                                             WSU Math Circle is sponsored by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) and the National Security Agency (NSA).


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mathcircle.gif The WSU Math Circle exists to keep young people interested in mathematics and let them explore and enjoy new topics.  Math Circles (facebook) bring mathematicians and mathematical scientists into direct contact with pre-college students --currently 5th through 9th graders--. Students and parents meet with math professionals in an informal and supervised setting to work on interesting problems and topics in mathematics. The goal is to get students excited and passionate about mathematics.

WSU Math Circle meets on Sundays from 2:00-3:00 pm on the WSU Main Campus, in Jabara Hall, room 372 (sometimes we move to room 335 to use the computer lab)
(Jabara Hall is across the street from the Shocker residence hall) You should park in lot 3, 5 or 13.

For further information email WSU Math Circle
 
If you are interested, the registration and consent form must be filled out and sent to:
                   
WSU Math Circle | Box 33 | Wichita State University | 1845 Fairmount St. Wichita, Kansas 67260-033


Welcome to a New Year of Math Circle. This year we will have several guest speakers and we will be focusing on graphs, vectors and matrices! I hope you all had a great summer and want to visit Wichita State on Sunday from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm to learn and discuss Mathematics.


Carolyn Erickson recently published an article about Math Circle and Wichita State on their website Wichita on the Cheap. Thank you!


The web page for the Mersenne Society can be found here.




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