|Registration Deadline:||March 20, 2011 almost 6 years ago|
|To apply for Funding you must register by:||December 18, 2010 about 6 years ago|
|Location:||University of Houston|
Circle on the Road is the annual meeting of the National Association of Math Circles www.mathcircles.org. The workshop will bring together people with experience running math circles and people who wish to learn how to run a math circle.
Approximately one month before the festival, apprentices will be able to sign up with experienced circle leaders to prepare a math circle session to be offered on Saturday, March 19. These sample circle sessions will be open to the public. Friday and Sunday will feature presentations and discussions about math circles.
A poster advertising the workshop may be found at:
A poster advertising the festival may be found at:
The sample sessions are listed at:
There are not many hotels near the
We have a block of 35 rooms reserved at a
rate of $119 for a single or $129 for a double. The code for reserving one of these rooms is MSRI. The cutt-off date for rooms in this block is February 18.
For people with a car, we have a block of rooms reserved at the Crowne Plaza Houston Downtown. Reservations at a special rate ($99 per night) may be made by following the following link:
Primary Mathematics Subject Classification
No Primary AMS MSC
Secondary Mathematics Subject Classification
No Secondary AMS MSC
The workshop will start at 2:00 on Friday in room 232 of Farrish Hall. A map showing the rooms is available
The workshop program is available at www.mathcircles.org/files/Program%20Abstracts2.pdf
The festival program is at www.mathcircles.org/files/Welcome.pdf
Funding offers will start to go out on February 14, 2011, so make sure to register before then for the best chance of funding.
The reimbursement form is at www.mathcircles.org/files/Reimbursement.pdf
To apply for funding, you must register by the funding application deadline displayed above.
Students, recent Ph.D.'s, women, and members of underrepresented minorities are particularly encouraged to apply. Funding awards are typically made 6 weeks before the workshop begins. Requests received after the funding deadline are considered only if additional funds become available.