Southern Maryland Math Circle

Join math faculty from St. Mary’s College of Maryland for the first Math Circle for the 2018-19 school year on October 13 as part of the Global Math Project. Hosted by math professors from the St. Mary’s College of Maryland Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Southern Maryland Math Circle encourages a...

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Southern Maryland Math Circle

Last SoMD Math Circle of the Year! This Saturday we’ll be trying to figure out how to send secret messages. And how to decode ones we might intercept. Dr. Colleen Ackermann will be helping you understand how math helps keep secrets …. well … secret. The Southern Maryland Math Circles...

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Southern Maryland Math Circle

The Southern Maryland Math Circles program is an initiative designed to get students excited about mathematics by providing them with a setting that encourages exploration of non-standard mathematical problems rarely taught in standard curriculum.  The Math Circle will allow students in grade 6 – 12 (and interested adults) to explore...

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Technology and Arts Expo

The Patuxent River Naval Air Museum will be hosting a “Technology and Arts Expo” event showcasing the Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math here at the museum and in our community. Demonstrations and exhibits by: • PaxSpace • NASA Goddard • Northrop Grumman Corporation • the Build a Hero Mobile STEAM...

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Celebration of Mind

The Celebration of Mind will feature Hexaflexagons and other fun mathematical diversions, with our main presenter Dr. Susan Goldstine of St. Mary’s College. This will be a hands-on workshop in which participants will be able to create their own flexagons (mathematically inspired folded paper toys). It is free and open to the...

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Southern Maryland Math Circle

The Southern Maryland Math Circles program is a new initiative designed to get students excited about mathematics by providing them with a setting that encourages exploration of non-standard mathematical problems rarely taught in standard curriculum. The Math Circle will allow students in grade 6 – 12 (and interested adults) to...

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