The Mathematics and Technology for Talented Youth (MTTY) program was established by Professor J. E. Lin in 1994. It is a self-supported program with the purpose to provide the students with high potential in 7th grade – 12th grade an opportunity to learn advanced mathematics in the summer.
This program has been running since 1994 summer. It is the 3rd longest running program for youth at George Mason University.
For more information about the program, please contact Professor J. E. Lin by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Enrichment Program in Mathematics and Technology for Talented Youth (MTTY) at George Mason University (Established 1994)
1. Introduction: This program is to offer non-credit enrichment courses. During the 25 summers of 1994-2018, the courses were offered in the traditional classroom setting at George Mason University, Fairfax campus.
Starting 2019 summer, the courses are offered in the free online individually-paced setting as a global year-round program. This change is for reaching out to more talented youth so that they don't have to worry about the transportation and the tuition. This is also to eliminate the parents' worry about the safety of their children (minors) in an open college environment.
2. Registration: Please visit the program website at Mathematics and Technology for Talented Youth .
3.For more information: Please contact Professor J. E. Lin by email at email@example.com.