September 21, 2019
The Santa Cruz Math Circle is excited to be hosting the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival again this year! Every year this even offers students the opportunity to explore the beautiful world of mathematics through interactive math problems. Every activity requires different levels of collaboration to promote social interaction and camaraderie. Students will be collaborating on problem sets, games, and puzzles with mathematical themes from all areas of math. During the event they will wander through different activities at each table where they are encourage to work on a problem for as long as they want with the support of an encouraging facilitator. To find our more information you may download one of our fliers in either English or Spanish.
WHen: Saturday Sept. 21st From 9:00-12:00 ***Check-in begins at 8:30AM
Where: CABRILLO COLLEGE Horticulture BuildinG 5000 ***Parking: Garage F, G, or H
Santa Cruz Math Circle
Session starts on Oct 5, 2019.
registration is now open!
The Santa Cruz Math Circle is a weekly math meeting for students in grades 5th through 10th who really love math. Each week students will meet with mathematical professionals in an informal setting to work on interesting problems or topics in mathematics. The instructors are mathematicians, scientists and engineers who use math every day and many of them have their PhD in math. Math Circles are designed to be interactive and focus on problem solving. The topics covered in a Math Circle are not normally included in the standard classroom curriculum. If you or a student you know might be interested you can download and share one of our informational fliers in either English or Spanish. You can learn more about math circles at the National Association of Math Circles website.
When: SATURDAYS from 9AM TO 11AM
Oct. 5 - nov. 23, 2019
Feb. 1 - March 21, 2020
Where: CABRILLO COLLEGE BuildinG 300 Room 320-323 ***Parking: Garage A Top Level
Tuition: $245/16 sessions
The Santa Cruz Math Circle is partially funded by the National Security Agency, the National Science Foundation, and the Clowes Foundation via the National Association of Math Circles, a program of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.
The Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival receives funding from Nancy Blachman and David desJardins, and the American Institute of Mathematics.
X Academy and the Santa Cruz Math Circle also receive funding from the Sylvester-Meister Foundation and employer matching funds from Google, Cisco and PG&E.