ASU Math Day 2017

Friday, October 13, 2017 -
8:00am to 2:00pm
Location: 
ASU Tempe campus

Description

ASU MATH DAY is a fantastic field trip opportunity for motivated sophomore, junior, and senior level high school math students and their teachers — and it’s FREE! Workshops, panel discussions, complimentary lunch, and a featured presentation are included in this math-and-fun-filled day at ASU. This event is geared toward small groups of 10 to 15 students per school and their teacher (not for individual students to attend). We encourage small groups of students per school (and their teacher) so that a variety of schools may have the opportunity to attend.

ASU MATH DAY
Friday, October 13, 2017
School of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences
ASU Tempe campus

EXPLODING DOTS
James Tanton -
Featured speaker
Mathematician in Residence at The Mathematical Association of America (MAA).

As we celebrate Global Math Week, join ONE MILLION students, teachers, math leaders, and adults from around the globe in an astounding mathematical experience!

Experience the wonder of EXPLODING DOTS, a topic consistently described as a “mind blowing.” This mathematical story starts by assuming nothing (!) and works its way through grade-school arithmetic, high-school polynomial algebra, infinite sums, and advanced mathematics and unsolved research problems still baffling mathematicians to this day, all in one astonishingly accessible fell swoop!

Online registration will go live at 7:30am on Tuesday, August 29.
Registration is first come, first served and space is limited. Register early!

Price: 
Free but online registration is required

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