MathPath is a mathematics summer program for students aged 11 through 14 lasting four weeks. A qualifying test is necessary to gain admission. MathPath is centered around mathematical exploration. It is generally located in a different college campus each year.
The fee is $4500, but there are merit scholarships and financial aid. For the 2011 program, financial aid can reduce the fee to $0, depending on family income. For details about financial support, see the MathPath Fees Webpage.
|8:45||History of Mathematics|
|9:45||Breakout Session (Small group topics such as Rubik's cube group theory, number theory, etc)|
|11:00||Visiting Speaker Plenary (Lecture to everyone)|
|5:00||Problem of the Day, Wrap-up, Announcements|
|6:30||Recreational activities (soccer, swimming, tennis, chess, work on math problems, etc)|
|8:30||Everyone back in the dorm|
|10:15||Lights out, quiet|
George Rubin Thomas founded MathPath in 2002 as a math program for students aged 11 to 14. The name MathPath was suggested by Professor John Conway, who had been a guest lecturer at the camp since 2002 but since left. MathPath 2019 will be located at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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