The Tucson Math Circle
The Tucson Math Circle is a great way for K-12 students to sharpen their problem-solving skills in an informal setting. You will work on interesting problems or topics in mathematics with professors, postdocs, 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 on the university campus.
The Tucson Math Circle meets every Thursday in room S395 of the ENR2 building (aka, Dennis Deconcini Environment and Natural Resources Phase 2) on campus (map here) from 4:00-5:30.
- Our Fall 2018 sessions are starting! The first meeting will be held on August 30th. Contact Ibrahim Fatkullin (contact info below) if you have any questions or if you'd like to be on the email list for Math Circle announcements.
- A list of problems from Spring 2015 is located here.
- A list of problems from Fall 2014 is located here.
- A list of problems from Spring 2014 is located here.
- 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.
Contact Ibrahim Fatkullin, ibrahim at math.arizona.edu
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Phone: (520) 621-2246
Email: ibrahim at math.arizona.edu
Web site: http://math.arizona.edu/~ibrahim
- Jeremy Booher, Paul Carter, Marcel Hudiani, Rachel Knak, Nick Lytal, Tristan Phillips, Tracy Stepien, Jay Taylor, Matt Wheeler, Amanda Young