National Association of Math Circles Wiki

The National Association of Math Circles (NAMC) provides resources and support for Math Circles and other similar informal mathematics education programs. We aid in the creation and sustainability of Math Circle programs, through the development and sharing of the resources for Math Circle leaders, as well as the development of a national network to deepen our knowledge of best practices related to Math Circles. NAMC primary programs include Math Circle - Mentorship and Partnership grant program (MC-MAP), Math Circle Workshops and Conferences, and AMS/MSRI Math Circle Library.

You can learn more about Math Circles through out the website.

Start with these two links introducing you to Math Circles (What is a Math Circle?) and helping you find a Math Circle Near You!

Bringing together new and experienced leaders of Math Circles and other similar outreach programs, this year’s Circle on the Road will include discussions, presentations, and opportunities to facilitate different mathematical problems. In addition, some informal STEM education researchers will join us to further our research and evaluation efforts.

Come share your best practices and learn more from those in the Math Circle community!

**Location: Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at NYU**

** Dates: Oct 28-30, 2016**

Priority deadline for funding support was August 31, 2016.

**Register (if not applying for funding): ** click here! - October 15 deadline

Visit https://www.mathcircles.org/content/circle-road-2016 to learn more!

For the latest NAMC news check out current NAMC news & events including the NAMC Facebook page and NAMC Newsletter

On Sunday, April 17, 2016, David Eisenbud, Director of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) announced that the Festival will return to Washington, D.C. on Saturday, April 22, 2017.

The National Math Festival is the only nationwide Festival dedicated to celebrating and showcasing the fun and power of math, and it brings together the most influential mathematicians of our time including Math Circle leaders to inspire and challenge participants to experience math like never before.

At the 2015 National Math Festival, more than 20,000 people came together around Washington, D.C.’s National Mall to experience upwards of 70 mathcentric activities, including performances, interactive exhibits, and lectures, all designed to inspire appreciation for the importance, beauty and fun of math. NAMC students and instructors had a ton of fun in 2015 and we are looking forward to the 2017 event! Stay tuned for more information, http://nationalmathfestival.org .

The National Association of Math Circles (NAMC) is proud to support the Navajo Math Circle film by George Csicsery, published by MSRI and many other supporters.

Learn more about the Navajo Math Circle: Click here.

learn more about the film: Click here.