Tuesday, February 16, 2010
From seventh graders to doctorates, scholars of all ages learn new ways to think about math at the 2nd Annual Math Festival at UCLA
Math can be both frustrating and fun, and even has cultural and gender implications. Learn how with attendees of the 2nd Annual Mathematics Festival, ranging from middle school students to professional scholars. The Festival was presented by Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth and two branches of UCLA: the Philip C. Curtis Jr. Center for Mathematics and Teaching, and the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics.