Thursday, March 15, 2007

Homeschoolers - NYU Splash!

You might have heard of the MIT Splash program through ESP - Lots of homeschoolers flock to the program in Boston around Thanksgiving time.

Well now, NYU is putting together a similar program - Math Classes at NYU for grades 9-12 called cSplash. On Saturday, March 24, the Courant Institute at New York University will be running cSplash, a program modeled on MIT's own Splash but offering primarily mathematics classes.

CSplash runs for one day and is filled with interesting classes on diverse topics in theoretical and applied mathematics, including physics, computer science, and other related topics. Many of the instructors are graduate students at NYU; in addition, several of the folks from MIT ESP are going down to New York for the day to teach!

cSplash is free and is open only to students in grades 9-12. If you would like to sign up, just visit their website

Registration ends this Sunday, March 18th, so sign up soon! If you have any questions, feel free to contact the cSplash organizers directly at

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