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Thank you for registering for the National Math Festival Roundtable #3 online event, taking place Wednesday, May 27th from 12-1pm Eastern. This online event takes place via Zoom.

NMF Roundtable #3: Performing New Steps

Wednesday, May 27, 2020 from 12-1pm Eastern Time

Additional Details and Participant Code of Conduct

Please do not share this link on websites or social media. This roundtable will be recorded, and a link to the recording will be archived at the Festival website. While content is aimed at ages 18 and up, participants of all ages are welcome. Participants engaged in harassing behavior will be warned and/or expelled from the event at the discretion of the organizer. (View the National Math Festival welcoming statement.)

Audience members will not appear on video, but you will be able to participate in Q&A and discussion with our panelists!

New to Zoom? 

Before joining this event on a computer or mobile device, you can download the free Zoom app from the Zoom Download Center. Otherwise, you may be prompted to download and install Zoom when you click the join link. (This may take a few minutes to complete, so it is advisable to do this before the event start time.)

You can also join a test meeting anytime to familiarize yourself with Zoom.

Post-Event Recordings

All NMF Roundtable recordings are posted to our website within one week of the event date.

We need each other more than ever right now. How can math help us stay connected and whole during challenging times? What does 'performing change' look like?

Join MSRI hosts David Eisenbud and Kirsten Bohl as we welcome some of our 2021 NMF presenters as they share their stories about adapting to the current global moment. In these informal roundtable sessions we will invite NMF presenters to share stories of change, encouragement, and exploration. While we don’t know yet exactly which NMF presenters can join us on May 27th, we do know they’ve all been busy adapting to life in these new times!

Tiny performances — or reflections on math and performance — by some of the following:
  • Susan Gerofsky, author of the three-woman play Witches of Agnesi
  • Brady Haran, Numberphile (YouTube and podcast)
  • Professor Lyrical
  • Maisha Moses (Young People's Project) and James Tanton (Global Math Project), previewing Math Stories, Prison Stories
  • The Music Notes
  • Rhys Thomas of Science Circus and JuggleMania

Add the 2021 National Math Festival to your calendar

Saturday, April 17 - Sunday, April 18, 2021

Festival Organizers: MSRI · IAS · MoMath
The National Math Festival is a program of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), in cooperation with the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) and the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath).

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