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The Mason grading team with Dr. Padmanabhan Seshaiyer at the local MATHCOUNTS 2014-2015 competition at Glasgow Middle School.

Dr. Sauer, discussing spectral clustering at the 6th Annual Research Symposium (3 Oct 2014).

Thanks to all the students from all departments who attended the symposium (3 Oct 2014).

Some of the volunteers at the Science and Engineering Festival (April 26-27, 2014).

Children enjoyed solving the different math problems at the SIAM booth (April 26-27, 2014).

Children at the Science and Engineering fair (April 5, 2014).


The Division 3 (7-8th grade) winner of the Mathematical innovation award presented by the GMU SIAM chapter (April 5, 2014).

The Division 1 (1-3rd grade) winner of the Mathematical innovation award presented by the GMU SIAM chapter (April 5, 2014).

Informative and fun are the two words that summarize the website event.(March 28, 2014).

MATHCOUNTS volunteers and organizers (Feb 1, 2014). This event made news in the SIAM website. Click here to see it.

Faculty presenting their work in projects applicable to subjects such as ocean waves and contact lenses resistance (Oct 4, 2013)



Some of the grading team went out for Chinese after the
MATHCOUNTS 2014-2015 competition!



Dr. Lawton, demonstrating geometry...physically (3 Oct 2014).



Thank you to all the volunteers at the Science and Engineering Festival (April 26-27, 2014).



Discovering different phenomena at the Science and Engineering fair (April 5, 2014).

The Division 2 (4-6th grade) winner of the Mathematical Innovation award presented by the GMU SIAM chapter (April 5, 2014).


Students actively participating during the website event (March 28, 2014). 


The best part about the event was helping each other and learning from each other (March 28, 2014).


Diego Torrejon, Dr. Manil Suri, Dr. Evelyn Sander, and Dr. Padmanabhan Seshaiyer after the featured presentation by Dr. Suri (April 4, 2014).

Students gathered together to listen to faculty talk about their research (Oct 4, 2013).

Poster presentations of our very own students (2013).



Proud volunteers ready to work in the annual MATHCOUNTS competition.