In an effort to help students, the Math department has put together the **LevelUp program**. See details here. Video explaining registration process is here.

MathCamp 2014

The University of Manitoba is offering its thirteenth summer camp for mathematically interested and talented grade nine and ten students. The purpose of the camp is to enable mathematically gifted students to pursue knowledge in a subject they enjoy, in an environment that encourages and fosters such pursuits. Selected participants will gain knowledge and skills, emphasizing problem solving. The camp will afford participants a chance to meet and make friends with fellow MathCamp students, students who enjoy and value the pursuit of higher learning.

- Breakfast
- Lecture (approximately one hour)
- Problem solving
- Lunch
- Lecture (approximately one hour)
- Problem solving
- Sports and/or Games
- Dinner
- Mathematical diversions
- Lights out

The program is delivered by mathematics professors from The University of Manitoba with assistance from mentors who are young mathematicians from our mathematics programs.

- the application form (link),
- a letter of recommendation (details below),
- solutions or partial solutions to the quiz below.

Your application is not complete unless accompanied by a letter of recommendation from a teacher. The letter should include a phone number or email address so that we can contact your referee if we have any questions. The letter should comment on your creativity, initiative, maturity, ability to work with others, as well as your interest in mathematics and problem solving. We are looking for students who are enthusiastic problem solvers, and who will make a positive contribution to the camp.

You should attempt as many questions on the quiz (link) as you can. You are not expected to solve every problem. What is important is evidence of your reasoning. Justify your solutions. If you get stuck in a problem, give a partial solution. Be patient; there is no time limit.

Monday, September 26th, 2016 at 13:30, 205 Armes Building

**Cristobal Rivas**

Introduction to Amenability of Groups

(Seminar series : Topology and its Applications)

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016 at 14:40, 415 Machray Hall

**T. Kucera**

Some duality results in the infinitary model theory of modules. Part II

(Seminar series : Rings and Modules)

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016 at 14:45, MH416

**Andriy Prymak**

On behaviour of Christoffel function for domains in ${\mathbb R}^d$

(Seminar series : Approximation Theory, Applications and Related Topics)

Thursday, September 29th, 2016 at 14:30, 115 Armes

**Tapiwa Maswera**

TBA

(Seminar series : Graduate Students)