UWaterloo Math  Upcoming workshops and webinars (NovJan) 
Thứ ba, 09 Tháng 11 2021 17:50 
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I would also like to let you know that our team will be hosting Future Math Student Webinars in December and January. These webinars are designed to help students understand the differences between our mathematics and computer science programs and get answers to all of their admissions and universityrelated questions.
Details are below. Math Speaker Series Workshops – November 19 and 26 Join Professor J.P. Pretti and his talk on "Describing Artichoke Spirals and Counting Honey Bees" to learn about the Fibonacci sequence of numbers in nature. Compute the nth Fibonacci number and understand why this might be important.
Registration is required: https://uwaterloo.ca/math/futureundergraduates/connect#Virtualevents
Our workshops are intended for mathematicallyinclined students in grades 10 through 12.
Future Math Student Webinars – December 3 and January 12 Interested in studying mathematics or computer science at the University of Waterloo? Discover the program that is right for you and get all of your questions answered by attending our two talks.
Registration is required: https://uwaterloo.ca/math/futureundergraduates/connect#Virtualevents
Our workshops are for students in their final year of study who are interested in applying to mathematics or computer science at the University of Waterloo for fall 2022.
To help notify your students of these events, I have included an email template that you can share.
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