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  • Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University
    College of Science article here Alex Whatley a high school student enrolled in the TAMU maths programme as a non degree seeking student wins bronze medal for Canada at the recent International Mathematical Olympiad A M maths students who won awards at this year s MathFest Daniel Miller SIAM Prize at the Pi Mu Epsilon Student Sessions Will Linz third place in the problem solving competition Aditi Ghosh runner up

    Original URL path: http://www.math.tamu.edu/ (2014-09-15)
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  • Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University
    Education and Research Traineeship High School Math Contest Math Awareness Month SMaRT Camp Personalized Precalculus Menu Featured programs ABOUT welcome employment contact PEOPLE faculty staff visitors grad students RESEARCH areas seminars lecture series ACADEMICS courses general info undergraduate graduate SERVICES administration computing resources OUTREACH programs friends alumni NEWS EVENTS news calendar conferences Featured Programs REU Research Experience for Undergraduates Math Circle UBM Undergraduate Program in Biology and Mathematical Sciences IAMCS

    Original URL path: http://www.math.tamu.edu/featuredprograms/ (2014-09-15)
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  • REU, Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University
    be approximately 10 15 pages long Students will make individual final 20 minute mini symposium presentations on their research projects during the last week of the program Students will learn LaTeX for writing mathematical articles reports and making presentations Students may learn to use and program a computer algebra system such as MATLAB Sage or Mathematica Eligibility Applicants should be highly motivated and successful undergraduates who are comfortable with calculus basic matrix manipulations and elementary linear algebra Students in the mathematical modeling in biology program should have some background in differential equations Students interested in pursuing statistical modeling should also have had an introductory statistics course No special prior experience with mathematical software or computers is required Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents and must not have received their bachelors degree before the start of the summer program Stipend and Support Participating students will be provided free on campus housing along with an anticipated stipend of 4000 for the 8 week program plus subsidized travel to and from College Station Contact Information Organizers Jean Marie Linhart Riad Masri J Maurice Rojas Jay Walton Matt Young Results REU 2013 REU 2012 REU 2011 REU 2010 REU 2009 REU 2008 REU 2007 REU 2006 Photos 2011 Photos 2010 Photos Application Instructions and Deadlines All application materials including letters of recommendation are due on February 17 2014 For full consideration apply by this date All applications must be submitted through the link to MathPrograms org below https www mathprograms org db programs 257 The following information is required with each application Unofficial transcripts A low quality but legible scan of an official transcript is preferred Your name and the institutions name must be clearly displayed on the transcript Official transcripts may be required upon admission to the program A cover letter

    Original URL path: http://www.math.tamu.edu/undergraduate/research/REU/ (2014-09-15)
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  • Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University
    on science engineering and medicine in their 2003 report BIO2010 Transforming Undergraduate Education for Future Research Biologists Given the profound changes in the nature of biology and how biological research is performed and communicated each institution of higher education should reexamine its current courses and teaching approaches as described in this report to see if they meet the needs of today s undergraduate biology students Those selecting the new approaches should consider the importance of building a strong foundation in mathematics physical and information sciences to prepare students for research that is increasingly interdisciplinary in character Students interested in participating in the UBM program should begin by registering for the one credit course BIOL 285 Quantitative Biology Symposium in their first semester Each week a different professor will discuss his or her work at the interface of math and biology Topics may include everything from human medicine and genetics to ecology and evolution This informal seminar complete with pizza and soft drinks is an excellent introduction to the professors and other students in the UBM program After their first year students may join a participating laboratory to work on a research project Most of the funding for the UBM program is to pay undergraduate students for their work during the academic year and during the summer In the second and subsequent years UBM students will have the opportunity to take new courses developed specifically for this program Upon graduation UBM students will be exceptionally well prepared for interesting and rewarding jobs in industry or for continuing their research careers in top graduate schools Student Testimonials New fields are generated when you combine topics together and thus new ground to explore I am an explorer and a creator at heart and I have found the combination of biology with computer science

    Original URL path: http://www.math.tamu.edu/ubm/ (2014-09-15)
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  • Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University
    2013 Pictures of 2013 Winners Pictures from the 2011 Contest Awards Power Team Rules Sweepstakes Rules Subject Exam Information Best Student Exams Buzz Contest Past Subject Exams Past Power Team Exams Practice Problems Housing Information Request additional Information Map Welcome to the A M Math Contest Home Page The 23 rd contest will be held Saturday November 8 2014 in the Blocker Building on the Texas A M campus Please

    Original URL path: http://www.math.tamu.edu/outreach/highschoolcontest/ (2014-09-15)
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  • Math Awareness Month, Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University
    Mathematics to recognize the importance of mathematics In 2014 the theme of the Awareness Month is Mathematics Magic Mystery Activities at Texas A M University The Freshman Sophomore Math Contest Math Mini Fair Saturday April 12 2014 Blocker Building Register now Math Mini Fair Saturday April 12 from 9 00 am 2 00 pm Register now Free Parking in in unmarked unnumbered spaces in lots 50 and 51 If you park in Northside Garage across from Blocker you will have to pay the parking fee Planned Activities 9 00 9 15 Registration Blocker lobby 9 15 9 30 Welcome and Overview Dr Paulo Lima Filho BLOC 166 9 30 10 30 Talk by Distinguished Professor Peter Kuchment BLOC 166 10 30 12 00 Problem Solving Contests BLOC 166 10 30 12 00 Mathematical Games and Activities BLOC 163 and BLOC 148 10 30 11 25 Movie Between the folds link is to the movie trailer on YouTube BLOC 164 11 25 12 10 Movie Hard Problems link is to the movie trailer on YouTube BLOC 164 12 00 12 30 Pizza Lunch BLOC 148 12 30 1 30 Some simple card tricks and universal cycles Talk by Dr Jacob White BLOC 166 1 30 2 00 Contest Awards BLOC 166 2 00 5 00 After Hours Eleusis Competition BLOC 148 for those interested both kids and adults Eleusis Rules Here are the problems and solutions from the 2011 2012 Problem Solving Contests 2013 Grades K 2 problems solutions 2013 Grades 3 4 problems solutions 2013 Grades 5 6 problems solutions 2013 Grades 7 9 problems solutions 2012 Grades K 4 problems solutions 2012 Grades 5 7 problems solutions 2012 Grades 8 12 problems solutions 2011 Grades K 4 problems solutions 2011 Grades 5 7 problems solutions 2011 Grades 8 12

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  • SMaRT Camp, Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University
    Have a nice summer SMaRT is a National Science Foundation supported two week summer program at Texas A M University It is intended to facilitate interest in mathematics of advanced high school students High school students of age 14 18 who are US citizens or permanent residents are eligible to apply The camp will provide an intensive learning environment in mathematics where high school students will learn not only useful mathematical facts but also how to approach mathematical problems prove mathematical statements and write the results Eligibility High school students grades 8 through 12 in Spring 2013 of age 14 through 18 are eligible US citizenship or permanent residency is required Capacity The camp is small In 2009 it had 20 students In 2010 2011 and 2012 20 new and 8 returning students were admitted The similar enrollment is expected for 2013 Some of the returning students will be admitted as junior counselors Undergraduate counselors will be assigned to each group of five students Topics The main topics to be considered for the new class will revolve as in the previous years around number theory combinatorics and algebra Some important applications will also be addressed e g coding and logical circuits A more advanced topic will be offered to the returning students in the past years these were Knot Theory and Combinatorial Geometry to be decided for 2013 Structure of the program Each morning except Sunday a lecture will be given for the new class which will introduce students to a variety of interrelated topics of number theory algebra combinatorics and their applications At a later time a lecture will be given for the class of returning students The lectures will only provide introductions and pointers while most of technical work will be done by students under counselors guidance when

    Original URL path: http://www.math.tamu.edu/outreach/SMaRT/ (2014-09-15)
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  • Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University
    Computational Science IGERT Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship High School Math Contest Math Awareness Month SMaRT Camp Personalized Precalculus Menu Featured programs ABOUT welcome employment contact PEOPLE faculty staff visitors grad students RESEARCH areas seminars lecture series ACADEMICS courses general info undergraduate graduate SERVICES administration computing resources OUTREACH programs friends alumni NEWS EVENTS news calendar conferences HOME ABOUT welcome employment contact PEOPLE faculty staff visitors grad students RESEARCH areas

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