Fun        Puzzles        Games        Prizes

A Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival offers students advanced and thought-provoking mathematics in a social and cooperative atmosphere. Students choose among several tables offering problem sets, games, or puzzles with mathematical themes. They work as long as they wish, while a facilitator provides support and encouragement. Motivation comes from the social interaction, rather than from any prize, grade, medal, or ranking. Festivals are run locally and supported by a national network. They can address any level of student, from those struggling with mathematics to those soaring in achievement.

2020 JRMF @ SFCC
Friday February 21, 2020

School Group Registration

Volunteer Sign up

Ushers/Student Volunteer Sign up


2019 JRMF @ Santa Fe Indian School, Thursday November 7, 2019

2019 JRMF @ SFIS Summary Report

2019 JRMF @ Northern New Mexico College, Thursday Friday May 17, 2019

2019 JRMF @ NNMC Summary Report

2019 JRMF @ Santa Fe Community College, 3rd annual Fesitval!, Friday March 15, 2019

2019 JRMF @ SFCC Summary Report

2018 STEM Santa Fe Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival

Friday February 23, 2018
9:30AM-1:30PM (Lunch included)
Santa Fe Community College
6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87508
Open to 7th and 8th grade student groups

2018 JRMF @ Santa Fe Summary Report


For the first time in New Mexico, STEM Santa Fe held JRMF
on Friday February 24, 2017!

2017 Julia Robinson Math Festival – Santa Fe
148 students in 7th and 8th grade and their teachers

2017 JRMF-Santa Fe Summary Report

STEM Santa Fe is proud to have brought for the first time in New Mexico the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival in Santa Fe. This Festival is meant to inspire students to explore the richness and beauty of mathematics through activities that encourage collaborative, creative problem-solving. The Festival introduces kids to the beauty of mathematics by providing interesting, inspiring, engaging, thought-provoking problems.

Quick Facts about Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival:

  • Our mission is to inspire student interest and joy in mathematics through creative and collaborative problem-solving
  • First festival at Google in 2007
  • The festival has been in 16 US states and 3 countries
  • Numerous universities, including Stanford, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Yale, etc, have hosted the festival