All Mathcamp programs and reunions are currently online: Learn more.
Keeping in touch by email is great, but it's more fun in realtime! The winter reunions are a chance to catch up with old friends (and make new ones).
For summer 2020, in response to COVID-19, we held our first online summer program, and for it, we built a beautiful Virtual Campus. Our online campus, combined with Gatherly and Slack, was the platform of our 2021 all-alumni reunion, January 8–10. Thank you so much to the 250+ alums who joined us!
In light of the pandemic, the traditional Boston reunion will not happen in person in 2021. Stay tuned for 2022.
The MIT Mystery Hunt is a puzzle hunt competition that takes place on the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts every year during the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend. Lots of Mathcampers participate, and there are often teams open for any Mathcamper to join. Keep an eye on the alumni mailing list for those invitations!
For many years, we've hosted a pre-Hunt reunion party on the Thursday night before Hunt begins: snacks, board games, and lively conversation. Stay tuned on the alumni list or log into the MAP for time and location.
This event is free and open to all Mathcampers. Feel free to stop by even if you don't plan on Mystery Hunting!
In light of the pandemic, the traditional JMM reunion will not happen in person in 2021. Stay tuned for 2022.
The Joint Mathematics Meetings is the largest mathematics meeting in the world, held annually (in a rotating location in the US) in January. (See future dates and locations.) Each year, we host a reception on one of the evenings of the conference. (Again, stay tuned on the alumni list or log in for details.)
This event is also free and open to all Mathcampers, even if you're not registered for the Joint Mathematics Meetings.