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Summer 2012 Programs
 

Math Path Summer Camp 2012

"MathPath offers students of middle school age (11-14) who are extremely talented in mathematics the summer opportunity to learn and develop at a pace and to a depth that matches their abilities while also providing them the rich social and recreational experience of a residential summer camp."

This year MathPath will be held at Mount Holyoke College in western Massachusetts, from June 24 to July 22, 2012.

Click here to apply. There are four parts to the application process: the online application, online academic recommendation, online non-academic recommendation, and the handwritten qualifying test. There are forms that you can print out and fill out, if you do not want to submit the application and recommendations online.

The deadline to apply is April 20, 2012. If you apply after that deadline, there will be a $25 application fee. It is best to apply as early as possible!

Click here to go to the Math Path main page.


ISSMYS: International Summer School of Mathematics for Young Students

To those in grade 11th or 12th looking for something to do over this summer, apply for ISSMYS! The ISSMYS is an international summer school intended for 16-20 years old students that will take place in Lyon, France from August 20th to August 29th.

To apply, please contact Professor Sergei Tabachnikov from Penn State University at tabachni@math.psu.edu. The deadline for applying is March 31, 2012. For more information, please visit http://www.issmys.eu/

Click here for the poster to this summer school.

 
Summer 2011 Programs

Click here to see links to more summer camps.

Math Zoom Summer Camp

Math Zoom Summer Camp is a three-week residential program for mathematically gifted students in middle schools and high schools. The program offers an opportunity for bright and motivated students to expand their mathematical horizons, improve problem solving skills, explore areas in advanced mathematics, and develop well rounded skills for a successful professional career in the future. Click here for more information

 

Beijing Summer Program

The Beijing Summer Program "targets American and Chinese students from 11 to 16 years old." The program includes: Well-known math educators in China will give math lectures plus practice sessions, Chinese language lessons that will teach students to speak 50 to 100 Chinese phrases, tour guides will take students on several cultural trips to famous sights in Beijing, and much more. China is planning to accept both students and accompanying adults.

This summer program will last from August 6 to August 14 and will be located in Beijing. The cost for attending is US $1,000 per person. However, a deposit of US$200 paid between now and June 30 would secure a spot and would lower the cost to $900 per person.

Special arrangement can be made if participants decide to come early or stay late. If you are interested or have any questions, you can email Quan Lam at quan.lam@berkeley.edu.

Click here to view the PDF with more information.


Awesomemath Summer Program 2011

Awesomemath is a three week program aimed to improving your ability to solve difficult math problems.
This is an initiative in response to numerous requests coming from the parents and the teachers of bright students who have not yet shined at the Olympiad level. These students are nevertheless very talented, wishing to improve their problem solving skills and further their mathematics education in general. This program offers mathematically gifted students the opportunity to engage in meaningful problem solving activities and explore in detail areas in advanced mathematics. The high quality instruction is provided by renowned lecturers and Olympiad coaches.

There are two camps: Cornell University June 27 - July 17, and UC Santa Cruz July 25 - August 14.

For more information and to apply visit the official web site and the application page. The deadlines are February 4 (early registration), April 8 (regular registration) and May 20 (late registration).


Math Path Summer Camp 2011

"MathPath offers students of middle school age (11-14) who are extremely talented in mathematics the summer opportunity to learn and develop at a pace and to a depth that matches their abilities while also providing them the rich social and recreational experience of a residential summer camp."

This year MathPath will be held on the campus of Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado from June 26 to July 24, 2011.

Click here to apply. There are four parts to the application process: the online application, online academic recommendation, online non-academic recommendation, and the handwritten qualifying test. There are forms that you can print out and fill out, if you do not want to submit the application and recommendations online.

The deadline to apply is April 20, 2011. If you apply after that deadline, there will be a $25 application fee. It is best to apply as early as possible!

Click here to go to the Math Path main page.


The Hampshire College Summer Studies in Mathematics

The 39th annual Hamphshire College Summer Studies in Mathematics is an intensive six-week residential program for enthusiastic students who will be completing the 10th or 11th grade. It will be held from July 3-August 13 in Amherst, Massachusetts. Working in small classes and individually, participants will actively engage in the process of mathematical thought: investigating concrete problems, seeking patterns and generalizations, formulating conjectures in the language of mathematics, and applying insight and experience to the creation of proofs. Most of the faculty, composed of college or university mathematicians assisted by talented graduate students and undergraduate math majors, will live in the program dorms and will join with students for meals and recreational activities. For more information, please go to www.hcssim.org.

 

 

   
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