firstname.lastname@example.org Miroslav Lovric
email@example.com McMaster University
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Hamilton Hall 218
1280 Main Street West
Hamilton, Ontario L8S4K1 Canada
905.525.9140 ext. 27034
In March 2023 we are starting our new Math@Mac Open Lecture series! Read about it below.
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 4:30pm-5:20pm
ArtSci 1D06: Calculus for Arts and Sciences Program (Dr. Megumi Harada) - year 1 calculus
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 12:30ppm-1:20pm **** except for: March 20, March 24, March 31
Math 1B03: Linear Algebra 1 (Dr. Siegfried Van Hille) - first year introduction to linear algebra
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 10:30am - 11:20am
Math 1ZC3: Linear Algebra for Engineering (Dr. Aaron Childs) - first year introduction to linear algebra
Mondays and Thursdays 12:30pm-1:20pm, Tuesdays 1:30pm-2:20pm
Math 1MP3: Introduction to Mathematical Scientific Computation (Dr. Erin Clements) - first year math and coding (Python)
Mondays, Wednesdays 2:30pm-3:20pm, Fridays 4:30pm-5:20pm
Math 1XX3: Calculus for Math and Stats (Dr. Caroline Junkins) - year 1 calculus, second semester
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays 3:30pm-4:20pm
Stats 2B03: Introduction to Probability (Dr. Aaron Childs) - year 2
Mondays and Thursdays 3:30pm-4:20pm, Tuesdays 4:30pm-5:20pm
Math 2R03: Theory of Linear Algebra (Dr. Jenna Rajchgot) - year 2 linear algebra
Mondays and Wednesdays 2:30-3:20, Fridays 4:30pm-5:20pm ****except for: March 17 and Friday March 29
Thank you for coming to visit!
Designed to be inclusive and fun, this competition can be used as a classroom activity for students who have completed or are taking enriched Grade 9 Math, Grade 10 Math, Grade 11 Math or Grade 12 Math. The inherent flexibility of a web-based contest means that it can be written at any time of the day or as an after-school activity.
Our Online Math Competition has been supported by a grant from Canadian Mathematics Society
Department of Mathematics and Statistics at McMaster University has been hostinga Dialogue on Transition Issues with math teachers in the region. We invite teachers to share their insights and experience in regards to grade 11 and 12 math courses and we discuss how Level I math courses at McMaster have changed to adapt to changes in the high school mathematics curriculum.
This event will include a series of interactive mathematics activities and presentations. Designed to be inclusive and fun, the day will feature individual and team prizes for a variety of problems that should appeal to a wide range of interests and abilities. Plan to bring an entire class or a group of interested students from various levels.
Directions to McMaster. Parking/drop off options:
Option 1: Enter campus via the Main Street entrance and proceed to Lot I. Take a ticket to lift gate and before leaving pay at a pay station (coins, bills or credit card) or at the exit (credit card). The rate is $5 per hour for a maximum of $20.
Option 2: Enter campus via the Cootes Drive entrance, turn left to cross the bridge and proceed down the hill to Lots M or P. Take a ticket to lift gate and before leaving pay at a pay station (coins, bills or credit card) or at the exit (credit card). There is a flat rate fee of $5. Take a white shuttle bus up to campus or walk to MUSC (15 to 20 minutes).
Option 3: Students may be dropped off in front of MUSC (Student Centre). Enter campus via Sterling St. entrance turn right into the parking area which will loop around. Pick up a ticket to lift gate. There is no charge for stays of less than 15 minutes. Student pick-up should be in front of MUSC (Student Centre). Again, drivers should enter campus via the Sterling St. entrance. It is recommended that for pick-up, drivers go to a pay station if there is any doubt they are over the 15 minute limit.
The Mathematics Review Manual is an excellent resource for students who will need to take first year calculus at university. It is strongly recommended that students work through the review during the summer months before their first semester at university.
Teachers of elementary and secondary mathematics and science are encouraged to explore the opportunities offered by Let’s Talk Science.
We also encourage elementary teachers to consider organizing a math fair at their school using SNAP Math Fair guidelines.
The Fields Mathematics Education Forum (MathEd Forum) meets seven times a year for discussions about teaching and learning math at all levels. For meeting dates and agenda, visit the Fields Institute Centre for Mathematics Education and scroll down to Workshops and Conferences.