# The Tucson Math Circle

# About

The Tucson Math Circle is a great way for pre-college students to sharpen their problem-solving skills in an informal setting, after school or on weekends. You will work on interesting problems or topics in mathematics with professors and graduate students from the University of Arizona. The goal is to share the excitement about mathematics and learn through fun activities without formal tests and examinations. The circle meets weekly during the semester for an hour and a half at the Institute for Mathematics and Education on the university campus.

# When and where do we meet?

The Tucson Math Circle meets every Wednesday in room 249 of the Math East Building (map here) from 4:30-6.

# Announcements

- There will be no Math Circle March 19, 2014 due to the UofA spring break.
- A list of problems from Fall 2013 is located here.
- A list of problems from Spring 2013 is located here.
- A list of the problems from Fall 2012 is located here.
- A list of problems from Spring 2012 is located here.
- A list of problems from Fall 2011 is located here.
- A list of the previous problems is located here.

# For more information

Contact Megan McCormick, mccormick at math.arizona.edu

# External links

# Supervisor

Ibrahim Fatkullin

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Phone: (520) 621-2246

Email: ibrahim at math.arizona.edu

Web site: http://math.arizona.edu/~ibrahim

# Graduate student members

- Megan McCormick
- Amy Veprauskas
- Gleb Zhelezov
- Aalok Shah
- Steven Rosenthal