The video of Chris Jeuell's NYMC talk Problem Solving vs Answer Finding, given on April 25, 2015, is now available on YouTube. This is a high school level talk, and you can also download detailed lecture notes.
A wonderful talk by Dr. Po-Shen Loh for our end-of-semester celebration is now posted on YouTube. Enjoy!
High school Math Team coaches are invited to two exciting events:
The first Practice Session of the NYC Math Team on Friday, October 24;
The Annual Coaches Meeting on Professional Development Day, November 5.
We're seeking a Program Coordinator! Please visit our hiring page for details.
We've added a new section of Middle School C this fall!
Registration for Fall 2014 student courses is now open! Visit our students page for more information.
Registration for the 2014 Summer Middle School Circle is now open!
Today's Teachers' Math Circle talk, The Art of Mathematical Modeling: Developing Intuition for Real World Problem Solving by Dr. Lisa Rogers, has been postponed until next Monday, March 31.
We had a wonderful talk by Po-Shen Loh (Carnegie Mellon University) on Saturday, March 15th on "Big numbers". For more information about his talk, please visit our Facebook page (and remember to 'like' us).
cSplash is on April 26th, 2014 from 9 AM to 5 PM at Courant Institute NYU. Register by March 31st at cims.nyu.edu/~csplash.
Paul Zeitz filled the house on Saturday, December 14th for his presentation "The BS Graph and Other Hidden Images - What we gain by DRAWING PICTURES!" which marked the end of our fall 2013 semester. For information and photos, please visit our Facebook page (and remember to 'like' us).
As of 7:10am, all NY Math Circle events for Saturday, December 14th are expected to take place as scheduled. We are monitoring the winter weather situation in NYC, and will post updates here if Saturday math circle plans change. Travel conditions are expected to become difficult by late afternoon, so please take that into account and plan with safety in mind.
Notes for the recent NYMC Teachers' Math Circle sessions have been posted.
Registration for Fall 2013 student courses is now open! Go to our students page for more details!
Join us July 29 - August 2 at Bard for a teachers' workshop focused on Surface Area and Volume!
Congratulations to NYMC students Nicholas DelGaudio and Pallavi Aggarwal for being selected to participate in the American Mathematical Society's Who Wants to Be a Mathematician game!
Due to Winter Storm Nemo, all NY Math Circle classes are canceled this weekend. Please be safe and avoid travel.
Because of a predicted snowstorm, we are watching the weather. If there is need to cancel classes this weekend, we'll post news here, and email all registered students.
Student classes now start 2/9 (Manhattan) and 2/10 (Queens) because of MATHCOUNTS competitions. See the student page for the updated schedules.
Registration for Spring 2013 student courses is now open! Go to our students page for more details!
Math circle classes for students resume on Saturday, November 17th and Sunday, November 18th.
Tonight's Are You Series? teachers class is cancelled, as a consequence of the storm. The class will be rescheduled.
NYC area public transportation is suspended until further notice, and NYC public schools are closed today and Wednesday. We will provide updates on NY Math Circle classes in this space and through email.
Please be safe.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, NYC area public transportation is suspended until further notice, and NYC public schools are closed at least through Wednesday. We will provide updates on NY Math Circle classes in this space and through email.
We hope you are safe.
All math circle classes on Saturday, November 3rd and Sunday, November 4th are canceled, and will resume when it is possible to do so.
Current students will receive specific updates by email, and we'll continue to provide general updates here. Please be safe.
There are no math circle classes for students scheduled this weekend (10/10 and 10/11). Student classes will resume on Saturday, November 17th and Sunday, November 18th. The current teacher class will have a final meeting on Tuesday, November 13th.
Current students will receive specific updates by email, and we'll continue to provide general updates here.
Registration for Fall 2012 teachers courses is now open!
Math Teachers: registration for December's More Enrichment, Course 3 is now open!
Registration for Fall 2012 student courses is now open!
There are still spots available at our Summer Teachers Workshop at Bard College. Public school teachers can apply for a $150 discount sponsored by Math for America.
Congratulations to NY Math Circle's Sheila Krilov (Hunter College HS), who was awarded the highly selective Math for America NY Master Teacher Fellowship.
Registration for the Summer Middle School Program is now open!
Registration for the 2012 High School Summer Program is now open!
NYMC Instructor Gil Kessler is featured in a New York Times article Where Math Teachers Go to Get Energized. Where? Gil's classes, of course!
Congratulations to our middle school Level B instructor, Heather Sable. Her original digital watch design is now on sale at Tokyo Flash!
Due to maintenance of the building, Middle School Math Circle A (with instructor Eliza Kuberska) and Middle School Math Circle B (with instructor Heather Sable) will meet in room 101 on Saturday, February 18th. We expect to be back in room 202 at the next class meeting on March 3.
Registration for Spring 2012 teacher courses is now open!
Registration for Spring 2012 student courses is now open!
Congratulations to NYMC instructors Eliza Kuberska and Jim Cocoros, who won Sloan Awards for Teaching Excellence in Science and Mathematics. Read about it in the New York Times' School Book, or in the Gotham Schools blog.
Registration for Fall 2011 student courses is now open!
Teachers, check out this pair of Math & Dinner talks in early May.
Teachers are invited to the Summer Workshop at Bard College!
Registration for our Summer Programs for students is open!
This photo from our Teachers' Summer Workshop 2010 won the Math Teachers' Circle photo contest, and is now featured in their brochure. Registration for our Summer Workshop 2011 will open soon. Meanwhile, you are welcome to join our Google Group.
Math Teachers are invited to a rich new course "More Enrichment for Math Enthusiasts", starting Tuesday, February 8.
We were on TV! Check out the NY1 special feature about New York Math Circle!
Spring classes for high school and middle school students start on Saturday, February 12. Registration is now open.
Math teachers are invited to register for our course for teachers.
Fall classes for high school and middle school students start on Saturday, September 25. Registration is now open!
We will announce fall classes shortly. Have a great summer!
Math & Dinner sessions for teachers continue Wednesday 4/21.
Summer Workshop for middle school math teachers is at the end of July.
Teachers are invited to free Math & Dinner sessions this semester, starting with Gil Kessler's "Pleasing Potpourri of Paradoxes and Puzzles" on 3/17.
For high school students, Saturday 4/17 is cSplash!, an all-day festival of math and science at NYU. Don't forget to sign up to attend!
On Saturday 3/27, we will only hold high school classes. There are no classes at all on Saturday 4/3.
Registration for student summer programs is open.
Teacher sessions start on Wednesday, February 24, with the much anticipated mini-course on Great Problems.
Spring classes for high school and middle school students start on Saturday, February 27.
Math Team for Teachers, a three-session mini course, will start on Saturday November 21.
On Saturday, November 14, classes at NYU meet in different rooms.
For teachers, we are announcing mini courses, starting with one on running a Math Team.
Reminder: No classes at NYU on Saturday October 24.
On Election Day, we are offering a math circle session for middle school teachers at Stuyvesant.
The first session of classes for high school and middle school students is on Saturday, October 3!
The first session of Return to Calculus course for teachers has been moved to Wednesday, October 7.
Please note: planned courses for elementary and middle school teachers are canceled. We apologize for the inconvenience!
Fall classes for high school and middle school students start on Saturday, October 3. Registration is now open!
This fall, there are teacher programs for high school, middle school, and even elementary school math teachers!
Teachers are invited to some informal Math & Dinner sessions in August.
Middle school teachers are invited to an immersion workshop in July.
Registration now open for high school summer program (weekdays in July).
Registration now open for middle school summer program (Saturdays).
Middle school class at NYU cancelled for March 21. More here.
Spring course for teachers starts at on Feburary 25.
Middle School Jan. 10 session rescheduled due to forecast snowstorm.
Middle School pilot session's last class is on January 17.
Middle School Circle is here, beginning on Saturday November 15!
Two high school courses have started, but we welcome more students!
Two teacher courses are in progress.
Summer session ended on July 24. Here are some pictures.
Registration is now open for summer program for high school students.
If you are interested in future courses, you can help us plan by filling out this form.
Saturday classes are now back at Courant (251 Mercer St, Room 613).
Saturday 3/15: class meets at Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Sq S, Rm 804.
Saturday 3/22: no class.
Saturday 3/29: class meets at Kimmel Center again. Also, sign up for cSplash for an all-day festival of math and science at NYU.
There are still spots available for the students Level II course, and for the teacher course, as of 03/08/2008.
Course for students in grades 9-11 started on March 1, 2008. Details here.
Unfortunately, we are not able to hold the course for younger students. It is therefore postponed till Fall 2008.
A course for teachers started on February 27, 2008. Details here.
Two courses for students (for grades 6-8 and 9-11) are planned to start on March 1, 2008.
A short course for teachers starts on Nov 14, 2007.
Student classes will start in Spring of 2008.