Outreach and Special Projects Coordinator
Department of Mathematics
40 St. George St., Room 6290
Toronto, ON M5S 2E4
We are looking for markers for the 2012 Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC). While some math background is helpful markers are NOT required to have a strong math background to help with the marking as answer keys will be provided.
In addition, we do require some strong mathematicians for the more challenging questions on the competition, therefore we are looking for markers from a wide range of backgrounds.
The tests will be marked on Saturday, November 17th and the exact locations will be provided closer to the date, but we will require markers at all three UofT locations (UTM, UTSC and St George), whichever is more convenient.
If you are interested in helping please fill out the form located at: https://math.escalator.utoronto.ca/home/blog/comc-volunteers/ and we will get back to you with further details shortly!
- Thursday, September 20th, 12-1:30 in the Red Room, CCBR (160 College St.)
- Tuesday, September 25th, 12-1:30 in the Grad Room (66 Harbord)
- Wednesday, September 26th, 12-1:30 in the Grad Room (66 Harbord)
The Fields Institute is looking for graduate student volunteers to work with gifted high school students on Saturday afternoons throughout this academic year. For more information, please visit http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/mathed/math_circles/index.html It's a very rewarding program and you will either assist a junior group (grades 9 and 10) in working on problem sets in a lecture setting, or work with a senior group (grades 11 and 12) on preparing for competitions. There is also the opportunity to travel this year to Pennsylvania for a competition. If interested, please contact Luke Chang, Manager of Operations, Fields Institute, at email@example.com. Please also copy me if you do respond. Thanks, Ida
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From: Let’s Talk Science U of T- St. George <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, May 8, 2012 at 9:42 AM
Subject: All Science Challenge
To: James Colliander <email@example.com>
The CMS Student Committee is looking for proactive mathematics students interested in joining the Committee. Joining Studc is an excellent opportunity to learn the organization of mathematics in Canada and participate in Committeeâ€™s numerous projects, among which are running student events at semi-annual CMS meetings, producing the national student publication Notes from the Margin, overseeing the organization of the Canadian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference as well as supporting local student math conferences and seminars. If you are interested, or know someone who may be, please visit our web-site http://studc.math.ca for more information. To apply, please fill in the attached form and e-mail it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The nomination period will be open until April 15th, 2012. Decisions will be made by May 1st, 2012. Sincere thanks, CMS Student Committee
Dear science and engineering graduate students,
The Let’s Talk Science Outreach Program at the University of Toronto
St. George campus would like to announce that they will be partnering
with Sandy Lake First Nation to run a science camp in July 2012.
Please see below for more information on the program
and the application process.
Questions should be directed to email@example.com.
Julie Mason and Shannan Grant
Let’s Talk Science Sandy Lake Summer Camp Coordinators
Call for Applications
Let’s Talk Science Sandy Lake Summer Camp 2012
The Let’s Talk Science Outreach Program at U of T St. George would like to announce that they will be partnering with Sandy Lake First Nation to run a science camp in July 2012. Our first Sandy Lake Summer Camp (2011) was a huge success. A story about last year’s event can be found here http://www.news.utoronto.ca/let%E2%80%99s-talk-science-st-george-heads-north-science-camp
Last summer our major focus was on nutrition and diabetes. This year we have been asked by the community to cover this topic again, however, we have also been asked to include other scientific disciplines/ topics in camp 2012 content. Applications will be open to Let’s Talk Science Volunteers at the St. George Campus, University of Toronto, that are studying under the following disciplines: Earth Sciences (Ecology, Environmental and Botany), Engineering, Physical Sciences (Physics and Chemistry) and Information Technology.
Two to three volunteers will be chosen to participate in the camp curriculum development and testing and to travel to Sandy Lake for camp implementation. Additional details of what will be expected of successful applications will be included in a meeting that will be schedule by March 15, 2012. Applications are due April 1, 2012 and successful applicants will be notified by May 1, 2012. Please submit all applications with signatures intact (as 1 PDF file) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All applicants interested in travelling to Sandy Lake will be required to:
● Be a registered Let’s Talk Science volunteer. ***The Let’s Talk Science portal system has changed this year so you must be on the most up to date portal.
● Have completed a minimum of 3 outreach activities through Let’s Talk Science between 2009-2012.
● Hold a degree in or are currently studying: Earth Sciences (Ecology, Environmental and Botany), Engineering, Physical Sciences (Physics and Chemistry) or Information Technology.
● Have experience working with Aboriginal peoples and/or communities (not mandatory, but desired)
● Have experience working with children (ages 4 +) and youth.
● Submit a letter of intent, updated CV and 2 reference letters. Community/ volunteer reference should make up at least 1 reference.
A separate application process will be outlined for Let’s Talk Science volunteers from disciplines not outlined above who are interested in Toronto-based program planning and implementation support. Notice for this call for applications will be sent out in mid-March.
Please note that volunteer travel is dependent on fundraising, therefore, the final number of volunteers travelling cannot be confirmed at this time.
If you have any questions at all please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com .
The 2012 Math Kangaroo International Competition (MK) is looking for people to help with this year’s competition.
MK is an open competition for students from grades 2 – 12 who come to the University of Toronto campuses and write the international Math Kangaroo competition.
This year’s competition will take place on Sunday, March 25th and will offer prep-classes on Sunday’s in March.
Currently the following positions are available (multiple people are needed for each position):
You are more than welcome to be involved in more than one position if you would like.
Saturday Prep Assistants
* Sunday, March 4th, 11th and 18th from 12 – 2pm
* Accommodations may be available for those unable to commit to all three sessions but still wishing to assist
* These volunteers are required to help out with prep sessions, assisting students and providing general support
* Sunday, March 25th from 9:00am – 1:30pm (attendance for the full time is required)
* This includes set up of the test room, invigilation of the test and collection of papers afterwards. Invigilators will also be considered “group leaders” for their groups of students.
* Some preparation work before the competition is required (3 – 4 hours) but the schedule for this is highly flexible.
* Sunday, March 25th from 1:00pm – 4:00pm
* Marking the tests and compiling the grades
Other positions may come available as we get closer to the date.
Pizza and pop and the eternal gratitude of the department (including certificates) are supplied to all volunteers. Training will be provided.
If you are interested in being involved or would simply like further information please contact Pamela Brittain (firstname.lastname@example.org).