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The UW Math Circle is a math outreach program for Seattle-area 7^{th}, 8^{th} and 9^{th} graders with mathematical minds, with the aim of introducing them to the world of math beyond the classroom. For example, try this fun math puzzle!

For the fall of 2023, math circle will meet **5:00pm–6:30pm on Tuesdays** beginning October 3rd in person on UW campus. Students that are beginning their first year of math circle will meet in Savery Hall, room 166. Returning students will meet in Savery Hall, room 162.

Schedule for 2023-2024:

- First meeting: October 3, 2023.
- Last meeting before winter break: December 5, 2023
- First meeting in 2024: January 9, 2024
- Spring break: TBD

Enrollment: email Steve Klee (klees [at] uw [dot] edu) to sign up!

The worksheets for this year's math circle can be found here. Topics covered in previous years include graph theory, cryptography, game theory, infinities and combinatorics.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact:

**Julia Pevtsova:**julia [at] math [dot] washington [dot] edu**Steve Klee:**klees [at] uw [dot] edu

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- The University of Washington is easily accessible by public transportation from Seattle and the Eastside. Check out King County Metro Transit and Sound Transit for schedules, or use Sound Transit's regional trip planner.
- Campus map
- The central parking garage (map) is located near the center of campus. Driving directions to the central parking garage from I-5 and SR-520.
- You can also park in the Padelford Garage or the N22 lot, both located near Padelford Hall. See here for UW parking rates.

- UW Math Hour Olympiad
- Berkeley Math Circle
- Northwest Academy of Sciences
- Prime Factor Math Circle
- National Association of Math Circles, for similar programs around the country

- Robinson Center for Young Scholars (Summer and Saturday programs)
- UW Math Hour
- Summer Institute for Mathematics at UW

The Math Circle at the University of Washington has been partially supported by the NSF awards DMS-2200832, DMS-1901854, NSF CAREER Grant DMS-095-3011, NSF RTG Grant DMS-083-8212 and the generous support of our donors.