Mathematical Problem Solving with Technology

June 4 – June 8

Format: Residential or Commuter
Grades: For youth entering grades 10, 11 and 12
Campers: Minimum of 15, maximum of 30
Camp Directors: Dr. Derek Boeckner and Dr. Ted Rupnow (Department of Mathematics and Statistics)

In this 5-day camp, you’ll learn to combine technology with math to solve real-world problems. Discover how mathematicians use computer software to model conic sections and predator-prey systems, for example, and solve problems like the four-color theorem. You’ll work side by side with teachers on fun, challenging problems even they don’t know how to solve (yet!).

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Tuition: $250.00 for residential campers, $200.00 for commuters ($235.00 or $195.00, respectively, if registered by April 30th)
(Scholarships may become available.)

*Math teachers who are attending camp with their students will be eligible for graduate credit with enrollment in MATH 871, pending final approval.