# Monthly Math Hour

Math talks given by professors from universities across the country, aimed at middle school and high school audiences.

**The 2024 Monthly Math Hours are now over. Thank you to everyone who participated! Please see the archives for slides and more.**

## Logistics

Each spring, Seattle-area students in grades 6–10 are invited to participate in the Monthly Math Hour at the University of Washington. We will explore all sorts of interesting mathematics, taught by professors from both UW and across the country. Well-behaved parents, teachers, and siblings are also welcome to attend, with the permission of their children.

The talks are one hour long and will generally occur on Sundays, once a month in the spring, and you are free to pick and choose which talks you want to attend. There will be time for questions and further discussion after the talks.

Registration is not required—just show up! And as always, the talks are free.

Parking at UW is free on Sundays. The closest lot will depend on the building we are using in any particular year, but you can find general information here . Alternatively, the UW campus is generally accessible by Link light rail and King County Metro buses.

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## Acknowledgements

The Monthly Math Hour at the University of Washington is supported by the NSF awards DMS-095-3011 and DMS-16000048 and the UW Department of Mathematics.