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Outreach Activities

Part of the membership requirements for the Texas A&M Graduate Student Chapter of SIAM is participation in some outreach activity. The following are some suggested outreach opportunities. All of the items on this list typically occur each year. For addtional ideas visit http://www.math.tamu.edu/outreach/programs/.

http://www.math.tamu.edu/outreach/highschoolcontest
Saturday, October 22nd
Volunteers will grade the exams.
Lunch will be provided.
Contact Okshana Shatalov (shatalov@math) or Cara Barton (cara@math) if interested. 

Derivative Bee:

http://www.math.tamu.edu/outreach/mam/DerivativeBee/
Wednesday, November 9, in Blocker 169.
Volunteers will assist with check-in, clicker assignments, check answers of contestants during second round for "wild card" points.
Pizza will be provided.
Contact David Manuel (dmanuel@math) if interested. 

Integral Bee:
http://www.math.tamu.edu/outreach/mam/IntegralBee/
Date, time, and location TBD.
Volunteers will assist with check-in, clicker assignments, check answers of contestants during second round for "wild card" points.
Grad students are also welcome to participate!!
Pizza will be provided.
Contact David Manuel (dmanuel@math) if interested. 

http://physicsfestival.tamu.edu/
Saturday, April 1st, all day.
Volunteers asked to supervise the Math Booth: Play games with kids, help them solve puzzles, run demonstrations, advertise Math Open House.
Lunch will be provided.
Contact Person TBD 

http://www.math.tamu.edu/outreach/mam/
In Spring: Date TBD (April, probably Saturday)
Volunteers asked to help with check-in, supervise Math Game room, help grade for the Math Contest, supervise the Math Art Room, serve pizza.
Pizza will be provided.
Contact Person TBD. 

http://see-math.math.tamu.edu/
Two-week summer camp for gifted and honors level math students entering 6th, 7th or 8th grades.
Volunteers asked to help run activities.
Snacks will be provided.
Contact Phil Yasskin (yasskin@math) if interested.

http://mathcircle.tamu.edu/
Meets on Saturdays, 3:00-5:00pm (Volunteers should expect to be there 2:30-5:15pm).
Volunteers asked to help run activities, answer questions, distribute materials.
Volunteers can attend as often as their schedule allows.
Volunteers are encouraged to develop and run their own activities:
30 minute activity: Short game, puzzles, etc.
90 minute activity: Investigate/Discover mathematical concepts
Snacks and small travel/book grants will be provided>Contact TBD. 

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