Welcome to the Washington University Math Circle!
Wash U Record story on our Math Circle (January 13, 2015)
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A math circle brings students who enjoy the beauty and fascination of
mathematics together with an instructor who leads the exploration of intriguing topics.
If you have any questions about our math circle don't hesitate to
to view dates and speakers and follow these
directions to get there.
You are welcome to begin attending at any point during the school year.
With a new speaker and a new topic every week or two,
you don't have to worry about getting behind if you miss some of the meetings.
Our goal is to have a great time learning about great math.
We aim to provide a resource for students in the St. Louis area who enjoy exploring mathematics.
One math circle can't appeal to students of all ages,
so the Washington University circle has focused on the interests of middle school students.
Anyone is welcome to attend, including parents.
High school students might also find the meetings interesting.
Talks have covered number theory, advanced counting techniques, Euclidean geometry,
problem solving strategies and more.
There is no tuition charge for attending the Washington University Math Circle.
However we encourage financial contributions
which we use primarily to provide small honorariums for the speakers.
Joining is easy. All you have to do is come to our meetings.
The only admission requirement is an interest in mathematics!
- Parent Rules:
The Washington University Math Circle is for students.
We love when parents (and teachers) to attend our circle, but
it is important to remember that the circle is for the students.
We ask that parents sit in the back and not talk
(between themselves, the students or the presenters).
Washington University Math Circle