Fall Semester COVID-19 Update
The University of Minnesota has united in a systemwide effort to confront the challenges posed by COVID-19. Every mathematics class on the Twin Cities campus this fall will be online, including UMTYMP courses. Similarly, we expect all other enrichment programs and workshops for teachers to be online through at least the end of 2020. At this point we do not yet know if our programs will be in-person on campus this spring, but will post updates as soon as they are available.
UMTYMP students and families can read about how we'll structure online UMTYMP courses this fall.
Slides from our 2020 Back to School event: download here (pdf)
Look here for quick links for UMTYMP students and families. Current students can use the portal to find links to course websites and other information. Prospective students and families can read more about UMTYMP or how to join us. (Keep in mind that we won't know until January how COVID-19 will affect our next round of entrance exams.)
Programs for Students
Interested in math? Want to learn more? MathCEP has a program for you!
We do everything from short, one-time events to show students how awesome math is, all the way to UMTYMP, a five-year premiere program which lets you take your mathematics classes at the University of Minnesota. Check out our academic year and summer programs!
Programs for Teachers
MathCEP's programs for teachers vary each year according to funding and interest. Check our website for updates, or email email@example.com if you'd like to be included on our mailing list for information about upcoming programs.
In 2020 there has been a particular emphasis on meeting with K12 teachers to talk about their needs in this new and unexpected era of online teaching, facilitating the exchange of ideas between teachers, and discussing what resources the University can provide, including video textbooks for Algebra and Trigonometry.
The Distributed Open Education Network (Doenet)
Not only will the Doenet platform make it easy to author and share interactive educational content, it will also be an educational research tool. By measuring and sharing student interactions with web pages and storing anonymized data in an open distributed data warehouse, it will help learners and instructors find the most effective content based on research results.
Make a Gift to MathCEP/UMTYMP
At a time when there is a “quiet crisis” in the lack of challenging curriculum and substantial opportunities for many talented students, MathCEP and UMTYMP are still providing Minnesota’s top young math students with not only an excellent education, but a wide-variety of opportunities for expanding their interest in and understanding of mathematics, science and engineering.