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Math & The Mouse — a (mini) semester at Disney World

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Fifteen students and three professors puzzle over mathematical problems in the Magic Kingdom.

Furman Mathematics Professor John Harris says he gets a few skeptics about the rigor of a class that takes place in Disney World. But the Furman University students who attend the three-week May Experience are solving real problems. MayX “Math and the Mouse” was highlighted in a Florida Politics article by Gabrielle Russon. One of the students who participated crafted a day-in-the-life video during her time in the Magic Kingdom. See more in a gallery of photos.

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