Welcome to the

TAMU Math Circle!

Welcome to the TAMU Math Circle!

The Texas A&M Math Circle is an outreach activity that brings 5th - 12th grade students into direct contact with mathematical professionals in an informal setting to work on fun and interesting topics in mathematics. The goal is to help students become passionate about math.  Our instructors range from professors and graduate students at Texas A&M to experts from industry, all of whom are eager to share with students their passion for mathematics and its applications.

For the Fall 2023 semester, we will have Saturday meetings on 9/23, 9/30, 10/14, 10/28, 11/11, 11/18, 12/2, and 12/9. 

There are two types of sessions being offered:

Each is offered at three levels:

All 6 groups are meeting in person with the exception of the Advanced Problem Solving group, which will be meeting in a hybrid form, both in-person and on-line via Zoom. For information on attending the Advanced Problem Solving group via Zoom, please contact Kun Wang <kwang@tamu.edu>.

The in-person events will take place on the first floor of the Blocker building. Drop-off and pick-up will be inside of Room 128.

Program for This Week (Saturday, November 18):

November 18, 2023 (SPECIAL EVENT)

Discovery Learning and Problem Solving (Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced)

Speaker: Lauren Siegel and the MathHappens Foundation

Title: Calipers

Abstract: The MathHappens Foundation is dedicated to promoting the joy and value of mathematics in people's lives. Through innovative programs, exhibits, and events, they foster curiosity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, helping to cultivate a more mathematically literate society. In our activity we will be exploring similar triangles, the Golden Ratio, and many other geometric wonders of the world.

Please visit our Registration page to register your student(s).

Below is the May 6, 2023 graduation. (Photo taken by Kun Wang)

Recent News:

Welcome to Dr. Samson Zhou join our Problem-Solving session. He is a former classroom assistant and textbook editor for Art of Problem Solving books; he is also a former Texas ARML coach; and he is alumnus of A&M Consolidated High School. We are confident that Dr. Zhou's participation will significantly enrich our program, and we warmly welcome him to join us.