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Undergraduate Math Club
The undergraduate math club is a place for students to explore a variety of mathematical concepts in fun, approachable ways. Our meetings are an hour long and involve mathrelated activities, a talk from a guest speaker, and snacks. More details about each upcoming meeting are provided below. We welcome students of all different backgrounds and there are no prerequisite courses for joining. If you’d like to meet other students in the department or get a taste of what graduatelevel math looks like, give math club a try! We’re always excited to welcome new members.
Date  Speaker  Title 

Tue. 2/13

ByeongHo Bahn 
Gradient Descent and Neural Network 
Tue. 2/20

Brody Lynch 
Ultrafilters, Voting, and Arrow's Impossibility Theorem 
Tue. 2/27

Richard Buckman 
Origami and Mathematics 
Tue. 3/5

Floyd L. Williams 
The sineGordon and KleinGordon equations 
Tue. 3/12

Porter Morgan 
What’s calc III got to do with it? 
Tue. 4/2

Brody Lynch 
Fermat's Last Theorem for Regular Primes 
Tue. 4/9

Christina Nguyen 
Graphs and Friend Networks 
Tue. 4/16

Seong Eun Jung 
A Friendly Introduction to Graphs and their Applications 
Tue. 4/23

Benjamin Levine 
What Does Prime Really Mean? 
Department of Mathematics and Statistics