Summer Math Activities
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This summer camp is a part of a research project that aims to examine the impact of research based problem-based activities on students’ understanding of geometry. This enrichment program offers 8th and 9th grade students opportunities to engage in hands-on and computer-based mathematical investigations to deepen their understanding of geometric transformations. Students participate in daily two-hour mathematics sessions and explore properties of geometric transformations.
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School is out, COSI is in! Camp COSI Summer Camps provide the perfect opportunity for campers to stay scientific during summer break! Weeklong camps offered for grades K-8. Each camp includes 2 daily snacks and all supplies. Parents and caregivers, please pack a lunch for your camper. With topics like Robotics, Amusement Park Science, and Space, there is sure to be something for every camper!
Brain games, LEGO Robotics, Video game design, engineering, math, chess and technology for ages 4 to 14. Click the picture above for more information.
Robotics, technology, math and competitions for ages 6 to 14. Click the picture above for more information.
The central goal of the Ross Program has always been to instruct bright young students in the art of mathematical thinking and to inspire them to discover for themselves that abstract ideas are valuable and important. For more information, click the picture above.
Sampling Advanced Mathematics for Minority Students (SAMMS) is a summer school for undergraduate students, primarily from traditionally underrepresented minorities, who are considering advanced studies in mathematics beyond the baccalaureate degree and are curious to test the waters of graduate mathematics. For more information, and to apply, click the picture above.