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Department Information Session
Math Info Sessions are designed to give students an understanding of the different program options in the Department of Mathematics.
Aren't sure if you should study Math or Applied Math? Operations Research or a Math and Computing Joint Major? What's the difference? Come find out!
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10 Reasons to Get a Math Degree
Do you like math but aren't sure you want to get a degree in it? Curious what math alumni do? Come to this informal session and eat cookies with us.
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Peer Mentorship Program
Information for New Students
The mentorship program allows new SFU students to benefit from the knowledge and experience of upper division students in the Department of Mathematics.
New math students (Fall and Spring direct admissions from college or high school) are automatically paired with mentor.
Questions? Email: math_advice@sfu.ca
Information for Volunteers (Mentors)
Want to practice leadership and interpersonal skills while supporting a new studentâ€™s transition into the Faculty of Science? Become a volunteer Peer Mentor! More information and how to apply here. The deadline to apply to April 19^{th}.
Math Success Sessions
Are you interested in learning effective strategies to prepare for exams, study more efficiently and improve your grades? Then join us for one of our upcoming Math Success Sessions!
Designed especially for first and second year students.
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Math Outside the Box
This is an informal talk and demo series for first and second year students curious about mathematics. These talks are intended to show students the neat things mathematicians do (beyond calculus and the classroom) and to give students a glimpse at the kind of stuff studied in higher level mathematics courses.
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Free Science and Math Peer Tutoring
Science and Math Peering Tutoring is the first peer education program at SFU linked to specific academic subjects. The program is a collaboration between faculty in the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, and the SFU Peer Education program. Volunteer peer tutors provide support for select science and math classes on a dropin basis.
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