UoB Celebrates World Mathematics Day Remotely Next Sunday 

The Invitation Is Open to The Public 

UoB Celebrates World Mathematics Day Remotely Next Sunday 

The head of the Department of Mathematics, Dr. Abdullah Jaafar Eid, at the University of Bahrain (UoB) announced that the department will celebrate the International Day of Mathematics, on Sunday (14 March 2021), via the virtual space, to introduce the essential role of mathematics in achieving sustainable development goals. 

Dr. Eid stated that the theme of this year’s celebration will be “Mathematics for a Better World”, as the lectures will focus on highlighting the role of mathematics in various areas of life. Dr. Eid confirmed that the celebration comes within the framework of the UoB’s Development Strategy 2016-2021, to educate students and the community about the importance of mathematics in the daily life of the individual and encourage them to study it. 

In this context, the Department of Mathematics formed the “Community Awareness and Communication” committee, headed by Dr. Mayada Khalil Shehadeh, and the Committee prepared an awareness program entitled “UOB Math Circles”, which will include several activities, starting with the celebration of World Mathematics Day this year. Dr. Eid explained that the celebration will include a series of lectures, activities, and various educational competitions. 

Furthermore, Dr. Eid called on community members wishing to participate in the celebration of this occasion to join, to benefit from it, stressing that “This event is open to all, including university professors, schools, students and the general public.” Also, he called on those wishing to inquire about the event to contact the coordinator of the Community Awareness and Communication Committee and the Mathematics Circles Program, Dr. Mayada Khalil Shehadeh, on the e-mail: 

It is worth noting that the celebration of World Mathematics Day was designated by UNESCO at its general conference held in November of the year 2019, to be on March 14th of each year as the International Day of Mathematics. 

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