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A common frustration for teachers is students’ lack of retention of skills and the need to constantly reteach skills that have been covered in previous years. Not surprisingly, this frustrates students too! The Mathsquad Homework Program is designed to give students regular opportunities to practice the skills they are learning in class, increasing retention and the efficiency in which they can draw upon each skill.
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These worksheets help students establish a strong foundation in the key skills from the Year 8 curriculum. Ideal for Year 8 students or numeracy intervention in the later years. Click the hyperlinked text to download a sample or click below to download the full student workbook containing 40 worksheets and their solutions.
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Providing opportunities for students from underrepresented communities to explore stemrelated fields..


Program Overview
As SAMS Scholars, students engage in a rigorous curriculum taught by our renowned faculty and staff who are deeply committed to student success. The program allows students to develop a deeper understanding of STEM via traditional classroom instruction, through handson projects, and sustained engagement with worldrenowned faculty and skilled staff mentors. In addition to their academic experiences, students also have the opportunity to collaborate and develop meaningful relationships with peers from across the country. Through SAMS and other outreach initiatives, the university:
 Develops a diverse and supportive community of STEM Scholars interested in attending toptier universities.
 Strengthens students’ commitment to pursuing STEMrelated disciplines.
 Broadens students understanding and access to opportunities made available through study in STEM.
 Equips students with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to be successful STEM scholars.
Curriculum
The Summer Academy for Math and Science will consist of 2 parts:
PART 1: Part one of the SAMS program will occur prior to the start of the residential program (dates to be determined). This will be a virtual jumpstart for participants, focusing on some skillbuilding that will be needed for the inperson program. During this time the program will be connecting virtually for portions of these days, but students will not be needed for full days.
PART 2: Part two of the SAMS program will be a 6 week, inperson PreCollege program. SAMS Scholars will be in courses and meetings for full days during the time they are here. The academic portion of the program will conclude with the symposium on the final Friday of the program.
SAMS is a fully funded, meritbased program. There is no cost for scholars to participate. We expect all SAMS Scholars to participate fully for the duration of the program. We understand that students may be applying to multiple summer opportunities, however if selected for SAMS, scholars will not be permitted to participate in any other programs (virtual or in person) if program dates conflict. If you have any questions, please reach out to [email protected] .
Academic Experience
Students will complete Quantitative and Computational Skill seminars that compose the academic core:
STEMrelated project that is advised by a STEM faculty and/or graduate student
Students will participate in writing workshops with a focus on college application preparation.
Students will attend workshops, meet with alumni, students, university leaders, and finalize STEMbased projects.
Students will meet in mentoring small groups facilitated by the Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion.
Students will participate in and learn more about collaborative learning through group tutoring and academic coaching sessions offered through the Student Academic Success Center.
Students and families will participate in virtual enrichment sessions, such as financial aid, FAFSA, and college admission.
Families will participate in virtual workshops about how to best support their student in the college search and admission process.
SAMS Symposium
 SAMS culminates with the daylong Symposium which includes a Closing Awards Ceremony and STEM project student presentations.
Sustaining Connections & Engagement Experiences
These connections will be ongoing and virtual.
 Students will interact with admission, financial aid, student affairs, and academic support staff.
 Students will interact with current Carnegie Mellon community members to explore STEM majors and opportunities at CMU.
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Eligibility and Application Requirements
Eligibility requirements.
To be eligible for the SAMS program, students must:
 Be at least 16 years old by the program start date.
 Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
 Be a junior in high school at the time of application submission.
Selection Criteria
Students selected for the SAMS program have the following qualities:
Demonstrate a strong interest in STEM disciplines.
 Have an experience that demonstrates a commitment to diversity and inclusion in education, extracurricular activities, and/or community engagement.
All eligible students are welcome to apply, and we strongly encourage applications from students who are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) on the basis of:
Low socioeconomic status, which may be indicated by eligibility for public assistance programs or free/reduced lunch
Raised in a home where English was a second language
Firstgeneration college students (parent(s) did not complete a bachelor’s degree)
Currently attending a high school with historically low rates of admittance to toptier institutions
Application Requirements
The SAMS application includes more specific information regarding requirements. However, applicants can expect the application to include the following:
 Online application
 Unofficial high school transcript
 Standardized test scores (optional)
 Two (2) letters of recommendation (one must be from a current math instructor)
 Complete two essay prompts indicated in the application
Application Essay Prompts
An essay is required for the following prompt (300500 words):
 What do you hope to gain from participating in Carnegie Mellon's PreCollege Programs?
In addition, applicants must to respond to one of the below SAMSspecific essay prompts (no more than 1000 words):
 1. Carnegie Mellon’s founder, Andrew Carnegie, is famously known for the quote “My Heart is in the Work.” Our work in the Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion focuses on diversity, equity, inclusion and belongingness (DEIB). What are the benefits of pursuing passion projects as a future Summer Academy for Math & Science (SAMS) Scholar?
 2. As a STEM scholar, how can your academic work address a social inequity you have personally experienced or observed as harming/impacting a community in which you belong?
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...the entire experience has changed my life. ~ Yasmine Z., SAMS 2022
The PreCollege program was an absolute treat and just what she needed to propel her in to her senior year. Thank you for a wonderful summer opportunity. ~ Andrea C., SAMS Parent 2023
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Financial Need
Summer Academy for Math & Science (SAMS) utilizes a holistic application review and admissions process, looking at the full application and selecting program participants based on a combination of factors. Because we are a fully funded, meritbased program for participants, demonstration of financial need is one of these factors. There is no option for participants to pay out of pocket tuition fees for this program, and financial documentation is required for application submission. Documentation includes either tax documents or a completed NACAC Application Fee Waiver signed by your high school guidance department. Further information is below, but please feel free to reach out with questions to any of the following contacts:
Rowshan Lang, SAMS Program CoDirector
Examples of demonstrated financial need
Students in any of the below categories are considered to demonstrate financial need:
 Students who have received or are eligible to receive an ACT or SAT testing fee waiver.
 Students who are enrolled in or eligible to participate in the Federal Free or ReducedPrice Lunch Program (FRPL).
 Students whose family income falls within the Income Eligibility Guidelines set by the USDA Food and Nutrition Service.
 Students who are enrolled in a federal, state, or local program that aids students from lowincome families (e.g., TRIO programs such as Upward Bound).
 Students whose family receives public assistance.
 Students who live in federally subsidized public housing, a foster home, or are homeless.
 Students who are a ward of the state or an orphan.
 Students who can provide a supporting statement from a school official, college access counselor, financial aid officer, or community leader.
All applicants who meet the eligibility requirements will be considered.
For questions related to the SAMS curriculum, contact Rowshan Lang .
All applicants who meet the eligibility requirements will be considered.
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Carnegie Mellon University does not discriminate in admission, employment, or administration of its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, handicap or disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, ancestry, belief, veteran status, or genetic information. Furthermore, Carnegie Mellon University does not discriminate and is required not to discriminate in violation of federal, state, or local laws or executive orders. Inquiries concerning the application of and compliance with this statement should be directed to the Office for Institutional Equity and Title IX, Carnegie Mellon University, 5000 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213.
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April 15, 2023 program.
Probability: Chances Are
Probability is everywhere! It lets us calculate the odds of winning the lottery, helps us to make sense of political polls and tells us how much a stock option should cost. It can also be used to help make strategic decisions in games, though sometimes what it tells you to do is pretty counterintuitive. We’ll look into some of these uses of probability and chances are you’re in for a surprise!
Faculty Presenters
David Meyer, Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics, and participating faculty
Registrants will also have the opportunity to meet Reed math majors and ask questions about their experience studying math in college!
Prerequisites
 High school student
 Enthusiasm for mathematics
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 Preregistration required
 Deadline to register: March 28, 2023
Registration
Registration for the 2023 MathFest is now closed. Hope to see you next year!
MathFest is capped at 25 high school students, plus math teachers.
April 2, 2022 program
Parentheses, Paths, and Partitions: Catalan Combinatorics
What do lattice walks, handshakes across a table, card shuffling patterns, binary trees, triangulations, and parenthesizations have in common? They can all be counted with Catalan numbers! In this short course, participants will delve into the history and contemporary relevance of these combinatorial structures. Expect to learn new counting techniques, engage your problem solving skills, and be exposed to several elementary problems that the mathematical community hasn't solvedyet!
Marcus Robinson, Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics Nate Wells, Visiting Assistant Professor of Statistics
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Hannah Zemke ’23 — a seventhgrade math teacher at Rome Middle School — started out as the first undergraduate intern from Berry to teach in Rome City Schools. Thanks to Berry’s teacher education and STEMTeach programs, Hannah turned years of handson training into a fulltime teaching experience before graduation.
In her pursuit of an education degree, Hannah got involved in the STEMTeach program at Berry. STEMTeach gives students interested in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, math or physics a chance to explore teaching. Hannah was drawn to the program because of its unique opportunities for classroom immersion and mentorship.
“Being able to observe classrooms sooner than my senior year of student teaching was one big factor that drew me to the program,” she explains. “I was able to go into many different classrooms and learn from different teachers how to run a classroom and teach my subject area.”
Hannah was able to test academic skills in a realworld setting. Hundreds of hours of classroom experience connected her with mentors as well as students.
“Watching other teachers teach and manage their classroom allowed me to learn how I might want to run my future classroom,” she notes. “I watched them build relationships with their students and use that to their benefit. Being able to have so much observation experience gave me confidence for my future teaching roles.”
Berry’s STEMTeach program helps students stand out in the job market by providing them with four hours of classroom observation each month, participation in two mentor days with a master teacher each semester and countless volunteer hours. Through STEMTeach, Hannah was able to secure a teaching internship that blossomed into a career.
“I was able to observe and work in Rome City Schools classrooms since my sophomore year of college,” Hannah says. “The biggest difference between the internship and a typical student teaching role is that the internship allows you to teach in your own classroom. In the internship position, you are required to build your own lessons, decide how you want to set up your classroom and also decide how you want to manage it. This gave me a preview opportunity to interact with the student population I am currently serving.”
Hannah found real value in forming connections with her students. STEMTeach has given her a platform to pursue her passion as well as share it with the next generation.
“The most exciting thing to me about teaching is getting to know my students,” she says. “I enjoy getting to hear stories about their lives and getting to know them for the people that they are. I also enjoy getting to be someone that is encouraging in their life. I hope to be a positive role model for them and someone they know they can come to and depend on.”
Story by senior Audrey Bennett
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