A University of Texas at Arlington math professor will use a U.S. Department of Agriculture grant to prepare graduate and undergraduate students for data-based careers in agriculture-related fields.
Robitaille, a 15-year-old homeschooled ninth-grader from Euless, has been fascinated by math from a very early age and has a proficiency for advanced mathematics that few people many times his age possess.
Students in calculus classes from more than two dozen high schools throughout North Texas competed to answer questions in a fast-paced competition based on pre-calculus and calculus questions in the 19th Annual University of Texas at Arlington Calculus Bowl.
Two doctoral students at The University of Texas at Arlington have developed the ESTe²M Builders educational program to help young students gain knowledge and self-esteem through hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship and mathematics, or STe²M.
Luke Robitaille, UTA Mid Cities Math Circle student, helped the U.S. Team Place First, tied with China. The Mid-Cities Math Circle organization provides a stimulating environment for local area middle and high school students to learn mathematics. Dr. Dimitar Grantcharov is the Director of the organization and has worked tirelessly to coach and mentor students for many years. To learn more about the Mid-Cities Math Circle please visit https://midcitiesmathcircle.org