The Nashville Math Club, for 6th-12th grade students, is about developing creative math problem solving skills, the “mother of problem solving skills,” which are crucial in the modern world. In a friendly and engaging environment, Vanderbilt faculty will teach you different ways of thinking: algorithmic, algebraic, and geometric. Simple and fun examples will lead to shining glimpses of higher mathematics. The Nashville Math Club is tuition-free and is supported by the Department of Mathematics of Vanderbilt University.
Following the final fall semester meeting on December 10, the Nashville Math Club will resume biweekly meetings in the spring semester (approximately every other Tuesday during the semester) beginning Tuesday, January 14, 2019 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm on Vanderbilt’s campus in Stevenson Center 1308 and 1320. Please note the half hour time shift from Fall Semester! Students who attended in the Fall are asked to sign up again online to confirm continued attendance in the spring. Before attending, each student must have a parent or legal guardian fill out both forms in steps 2 and 3 here.
Dates of future meetings will be regularly updated on the “For Current Students” tab.