Cornell Department of Mathematics 


The Math Explorers' Club is an NSF supported project that develops materials and activites to give middle school and high school students an experience of more advanced topics in mathematics. These materials are directed towards teachers, who are welcome to adapt and copy the materials in any way they see fit, as well as towards more advanced students, who may wish to learn independently.

The Math Explorers' Club materials come in independent self-contained sections, called modules. Each module teaches material associated with a particular theme and is aimed at students with a particular level of mathematical sophistication. These modules can be catogorized into some major branches of mathematics. The following modules have been developed for each branch: 

Combinatorics and Cryptology
Graph Theory

Probability and Applications

Set Theory and Logic

Topology and Geometry


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