Kutztown Appreciation of Mathematics Program (KAMP)
Our mission is to create a fun atmosphere for secondary school students to explore and appreciate the beauty of mathematics. Mathematics is more than just a subject. It is dynamic, lively and extremely useful in many career paths.
KAMP will meet on Saturdays (see our tentative schedule below) from 10 a.m. - 12 noon in Lytle Hall Room 136 (building 8 on the campus map) at Kutztown University. The topic every time is different, so students may choose to participate as they are available. Snacks will be provided at these meetings.
|April 9||How many people does it take to "shake" things up?||Dr. Kronenthal|
|April 23||Number Tricks: The Secrets Behind Mind Reading||Dr. McQuaid|
|April 30||Logical Detectives: Using Matheamtics to uncover the truth||Dr. Feller|
|TBA||Cut it out! Cutting edge activities with paper and scissors||Dr. Wong|
For more information, please contact Dr. Wong (firstname.lastname@example.org).