Western University and the Canadian Mathematical Society are proud to sponsor the
Mathematics Day Camp for Grade Nine students.
The 2018 camp will run from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, July 24-26,
in Room 108, Middlesex College, Western University, London, ON
Participation in the camp is by invitation only - at most 32 students may attend
The camp is now full and all registrations have been confirmed by email
The camp is run by High School mathematics teachers, all of them heavily involved in mathematics competitions and other student mathematics enrichment, as well as Western University faculty from the Department of Mathematics. This year, the students will also spend a day with Professor Ian VanderBurgh, a highly entertaining speaker and Director of the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing. Participants are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from Western each day. Lunch and snacks will be provided. Each participant will get a CMS Math Camps T-shirt.
View the (tentative) camp schedule.
The Grad Club Kitchen Supervisor says... "Day One: BBQ Buffet they get a choice of Hamburger, Veg Burger, Hot Dog then have burger toppings then help themselves to fries and salad with pop, dessert squares. Day Two: Pizza We put out a variety of pizza and they choose what they like (we will make different kinds including veggie) and also get desert squares and pop. Day 3: Sandwiches we will do a buffet with a variety of sandwiches that are well marked Turkey, Tuna, Ham, Roast Beef, Egg Salad, Veggie with garden salad and pasta salad and dessert squares. The morning snack will be Timbits and juice and the afternoon snack will be cookies and pop. As for the people with special food needs, if they come talk to me the first day I will help make sure that there is food that they can have. We will make food on the spot if needed."
If you received an invitation letter and have decided to to attend the camp, please CLICK HERE to fill out the online portion of the registration form. This makes it easy for us to get the correct spellings of names and email addresses. Whether or not you fill out the online form, the paper registration form must be signed and returned with the registration fee. The form and fee determine priority in case the camp fills up.