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Emory summer program for high schoolers who love math

February 19, 2017 Leave a comment Go to comments

Emory logoHigh-school students interested in complex math are invited to apply for the QuanTM summer program at Emory University.

This four-week, residential program, operated by Emory’s Institute for Quantitative Theory and Methods, delves into college-level topics such as combinatorics, number theory, probability, statistics, game theory and more. Students spend the first three weeks learning through a combination of lectures and hands-on activities. In the fourth week, they complete a research project in an area of interest to them.

Students who apply before Feb. 28 will receive a $300 discount.

(Note: Although this program is called “QuanTM Math Circle,” it is not affiliated with the Math Circle program offered by Emory University’s Department of Math and Computer Science during the school year.)

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