MURFREESBORO — Rising seventh- through 12th-graders looking to grow in mathematics can achieve this through the Summer Math Institute at MTSU.
The 2½-day camp will be held Monday through Wednesday, June 8-10, in Rooms 141 and 149 in the College of Education Building. Camp hours will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 8-9 and from 9 to 11:30 a.m. June 10. To register online, visit www.campSTEM.us.
Program highlights include modeling and real-world applications, graphing, problem-solving, strategies, games and puzzles, logic and reasoning and on-campus departmental visits.
Teachers for the camp will be Victoria Hamlin and Brittany Sikorski. Hamlin is an instructor in the MTSU Department of Mathematical Sciences.
The Summer Math Institute at MTSU is tuition-based. A fee of $75 covers all activities, snacks and supply costs. Financial aid opportunities are available for students needing assistance.
For more information, contact David Lockett at 615-415-7963 or email him at David.Lockett@mtsu.edu. He teaches fourth-graders at Homer Pittard Campus School.