Julia Robinson Mathematics Festivals inspire students to explore the richness and beauty of mathematics through activities that encourage collaborative, creative problem-solving. The event’s non-competitive atmosphere offers an alternate setting for students to explore the beauty and power of mathematics with encouragement and guidance from mathematicians.  Joshua Zucker, the Mathematics Director for the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festivals, says of the festivals,  “We offer intriguing and challenging problems, puzzles, and activities, and a supportive setting for kids who like to take their time working on a problem. Students make whatever progress they make, they get help, they work with other kids, and eventually come to some kind of stopping point and go find another activity of interest."

The University of Tulsa is proud to host our second annual JRMF Festival.  The event is FREE! Students MUST register for the event and space is limited. Students must be accompanied by an adult.

Who: Middle Grade Students in grades 6 - 8
When: Saturday, March 25th from  9:00 – 11:30 am
Where: 2nd Floor of Allen Chapman Student Union, 3135 East 5th Place, Tulsa OK, 74104

Do not forget to bring a completed Photo Consent Form with you.

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For additional information contact: Kimberly Adams | Phone: (918) 631-3676


2016 Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival @ Tulsa University - participants' photos