F.L. Griffin MathFest
Since 1987, the Reed College mathematics department has sponsored a Saturday workshop in the spring for area high school students and teachers interested in mathematics enrichment. The workshop gives students and teachers a hands-on opportunity to work on interesting problems in a mathematical topic complementary to the high school curriculum. Recent topics have included "Tangles, Braids, Knots, and Numbers," "Divisors and Sandpiles," "Regular Polytopes in Three and More Dimensions," "Turing Machines," "Trigonometry by Example," and "To Capture Infinity."
There is no cost to participants. Lunch and campus tour provided.
Registration is limited to 25 high school students, plus teachers.
2019 program to be determined
Saturday, April 6, 2019
9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Lyudmila Korobenko, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
David Krumm, Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics
- High school student
- Enthusiasm for mathematics and a good preparation in basic algebra
- Pre-registration required no later than April 1, 2019
Availabile for download (by early March, 2019)
2019 Program Announcement
2019 Registration Form