2006 Program and Brochure,
2007 Program and Brochure
: This day program (9am-12noon) is designed to provide participants with a variety of mathematical experiences to extend their understanding and knowledge in mathematics. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving. The covered topics are
- Grades 5-6: divisibility, introduction to cryptography, introduction to probability
- Grades 7-8: numerical bases, exponents and logarithms, a potpourri of geometry
: Girl students should be enrolled in the 5th, 6th, 7th or
grade during the academic year 2007-2008 and have the recommendation of
their mathematics teacher.
: Send the completed application forms to:
Girls and Mathematics|
Department of Mathematics
University of Virginia
P. O. Box 400137
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4137
Registration is not complete until all forms are received.
: Participants will be selected in the order in which completed applications are received.
: Tai Melcher (Grades 5-6) and Irina Mitrea (Grades 7-8)
: Rafaela Guberovic (graduate student, UVa), Katherine Heller (graduate student, UVa), Diana Mitrea (undergraduate student, Cornell University), Diana Morris (graduate student, UVa), Carly Simpson (undergraduate student, UVa)
Organizer and Program Contact
Irina Mitrea, 434-982-2787; firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of Mathematics at the University of Virginia.
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