# MATH CLASS ROOM

## 360 Tour: Math Class Room

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Upper Level classes are held in this medium-sized classroom, which sits about 60 people. This is also the meeting place of our weekly colloquium, where invited guests from Canadian universities and abroad talk about their research. An attentive observer will notice a lower part (feet and tunic) of the statue of a Greek mathematicians that is hung up from the top floor of Hamilton Hall.

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Math Class Room

Math Lecture Hall

Math Study Room

Math Seminar Room

Our seminar rooms can accomodate up to 20 students, and are used for small upper Level undergraduate and graduate classes, as well as for all kinds of research-related activities. For instance, students involved in a reading course use this space to present their findings, while other students and their supervisor listen and comment. Also, students who are enrolled in our Senior Research Project course defend their undergraduate theses in front of faculty and their peers. When seminar rooms are not used for lectures or presentations, students often use them as study spaces.

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Math Class Room

Math Lecture Hall

Math Study Room

Math Seminar Room

This is one of the two large lecture rooms in Hamilton Hall, which are used for many of our Level I and II math classes. Mathematics and statistics are popular subjects. To keep class sizes smaller, we divide some classes into many sections. As you can see the classroom features lots of blackboard space. Chalk in hand, instructors show students how one math statement follows from previously established math statements to develop new understanding. Having ample writing space is essential.

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Math Class Room

Math Lecture Hall

Math Study Room