The University of Regina
Mathematics Department runs a
math workshop for students in grades 7 to 12 who
like mathematics. There are no fees, but we ask that participants let us know in advance when
they are coming so that we can prepare handouts for them.
With the help and encouragement of
instructors, students work through challenging mathematical problems and devise strategies for
solving them. Our primary goal is for students to have an enjoyable experience. For this reason
there is no need to be
exceptionally talented in mathematics.
In addition, we aim to help interested
students become comfortable writing math contests such as the Waterloo Mathematics
Contests and Saskatchewan Math Challenge, and we hope that they will choose to
participate when these contests are written.
For the Winter 2013 Semester, the workshops take place at the
University of Regina
Room 286 (2nd floor)
from 6 PM to 8
PM. Here's a map.
on the following dates:
Monday, January 14
Monday, January 28
Monday, February 11
Monday, Febrary 25
Monday, March 11
Monday, March 25
Again, we are looking for students who
enjoy mathematics, not for
For more information or to register, please contact:
Patrick Maidorn (585-4013, e-mail: Patrick.Maidorn@uregina.ca) or
Chris Fisher (e-mail: Chris.Fisher@uregina.ca).