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OUR SPONSORS

We are extremely grateful for the contributions and support of our sponsors and partners.  If you are interested in sponsoring Math Circle and supporting the education of  young mathematicians, please contact us at contact@mathcircle.us or donate here.  

Our Partners
The Gordon A. Cain Center supports high-quality STEM education initiatives through programs and services that build capacity for successful teaching and student learning.

The LSU Cain Center supports the LSU Math Circle with classroom space and funding both during the summer and throughout the year.

The Institute for Quantitative Theory and Methods (QTM) operates under a simple mission: to merge cutting edge data science with an elite liberal arts education.

QTM is the sponsor of Math Circle at Emory University, providing us with classroom space, allowing us access to Emory  faculty and staff, and facilitating our program on Emory's campus.

The LSU Math department has 300 math majors and minors, over 70 graduate students, and 60 professorial faculty and postdocs, working in nearly every field of mathematics.

LSU Math is the sponsor of Math Circle at Louisiana State University, where Math Circle was founded. We are very grateful for their support throughout the years.

The LSU College Readiness and Dual Enrollment Program for math offers participating high schools access to dual enrollment and pre-college courses designed to help students be better prepared for success in college. 

The College Readiness Program generously helps fund our summer program at LSU.

Lamar Advertising Company is the nation’s leading Out-of-Home advertising provider. They have been offering their clients innovative solutions for over 100 years.

Lamar has helped to fund our competition team's trips to the Harvard-MIT Math Tournament and has given Math Circle free advertising opportunities in Baton Rouge.

The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) is designed to open the field of gravitational-wave astrophysics through the direct detection of gravitational waves predicted by Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity.

LIGO Livingston's science outreach team has given Math Circle free tours of their facilities for many years.