Students who have completed grade seven or eight and an accelerated pre-algebra course are invited to attend the fourth annual Bluffton University Junior High Mathematics Enrichment Camp Monday-Friday, June 11-15.
Led by Dr. Donald Hooley, professor of mathematics, participants will explore topics such as graph theory, knot theory, topological surfaces and non-Euclidean geometry using pencil and paper, pebbles, string and rope, paper strips and computer software in group settings.
Camp hours are 10 a.m. to noon each day. On the first day, participants should bring a pencil or pen, calculator and notebook, along with a $20 instruction and materials fee, to 206 Centennial Hall on the Bluffton campus.
For more information or to register, contact Hooley at 419-358-3259 or email@example.com.