Pi Approximation Day

The Student Mathematical Association of America Club is the math club on campus, and is open to all Math and CS majors, and anyone interested in mathematics. SMAAC’s primary goals are to provide opportunities for developing community within the mathematics department and for increasing mathematics awareness on and around campus. The primary project that SMAAC takes on each year is promoting mathematical intrigue to high school students by facilitating an invitational math contest. Each year SMAAC also sponsors several Game Nights in which math students, faculty, and friends are invited to play board games and enjoy snacks together. Other SMAAC events include Taylor Bowl–the Math vs. Physics bowl-off, and a department-wide picnic.

February 27th

8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Duration: 6 hours

Location:
Williams Hall - Knowlton Commons


2022-02-27 8:00:00 2022-02-27 2:00:00 America/New_York Pi Approximation Day

The Student Mathematical Association of America Club is the math club on campus, and is open to all Math and CS majors, and anyone interested in mathematics. SMAAC’s primary goals are to provide opportunities for developing community within the mathematics department and for increasing mathematics awareness on and around campus. The primary project that SMAAC takes on each year is promoting mathematical intrigue to high school students by facilitating an invitational math contest. Each year SMAAC also sponsors several Game Nights in which math students, faculty, and friends are invited to play board games and enjoy snacks together. Other SMAAC events include Taylor Bowl–the Math vs. Physics bowl-off, and a department-wide picnic.

Williams Hall - Knowlton Commons