#
UW Math Hour

Each spring, Seattle-area middle- and junior high-school students are invited to participate in the Monthly Math Hour on the University of Washington's campus. The Monthly Math Hour at the UW is a series of talks that will take place from **1-2pm on Sunday afternoons** to introduce students to the beautiful and exciting world of mathematics. The lectures are given completely **free** of charge. The talks will be held in Savery Hall, room 260.

Well-behaved parents and teachers are also welcome to attend with the permission of their children. Siblings are free to join in, too.

There will be time for questions and further discussion after the talks.

To receive information about future events, please check back or join our mailing list.

If you have any further questions or comments, please contact:

**Julia Pevtsova:**julia@math.washington.edu.**Steve Klee:**klees@seattleu.edu.

## Logistics

- Campus Map
- Talks will be given on Sundays from 1-2pm in Savery Hall 260.
- Campus parking is free on Sundays. The central parking garage (map) is located near Savery Hall. Follow this link for driving directions to the central parking garage from I-5 and WA-520.
- When exiting the Central Parking Garage, follow the signs for the Kane Hall exit from the garage. From this exit, you will be able enter Savery Hall through its southern entrance.

## Thank you!

The Monthly Math Hour at the University of Washington is supported by the NSF awards DMS-095-3011 and DMS-16000048 and the UW Department of Mathematics.

## Past Events

- UW Math Hour Olympiad -
- Math 381 Service Learning Poster Session (Students in Math 381) -
- SMALL BOUNDARIES AND CIRCULAR REASONING (Stefan Steinerberger) -
- Slicing space (Cynthia Vinzant) -
*Geometric miracles*(Sergey Fomin, University of Michigan) -- UW Math Hour Olympiad: replaced by UW Math Hour talk in 2020 (Cliff Mass) -
- The game of SET: finding patterns in differences (Bianca Viray, UW) -
- Math questions from an art museum (Natasha Rozhkovskaya, Kansas State University ) -
- Tactile patterns in art and math (Sara Billey and Timea Tihanyi) -
- All tangled up and searching for the beauty of symmetry (David Pengelley, Oregon State University) -
- Math Hour Olympiad -
- The game is rigged! (Paul Zeitz, University of San Francisco, Mathematics) -
- Areas of polygons and counting (Mohamed Omar, Harvey Mudd College, Mathematics) -
- The Mathematics of Language (Emily M. Bender, University of Washington, Linguistics) -