Bard College Presents the Mid-Hudson Mathematics Conference for Undergraduates
ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. – The second Mid-Hudson Mathematics Conference for Undergraduates will be held on Sunday, October 25, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the Gabrielle H. Reem and Herbert J. Kayden Center for Science and Computation at Bard College. Students, graduate students, and faculty are invited to give a research talk or poster, or to attend. There are no registration fees. To submit an abstract or to attend the conference, register online by October 12 at math.bard.edu/mhmc2009. For more information, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
The conference consists of 15-minute presentations by undergraduate mathematics students, a poster session, panels on graduate schools in mathematics and REU programs, and a plenary address by Allison Pacelli of Williams College on “Algebraic Number Theory: From Fermat to Function Fields.” The purpose of this conference series is to encourage students to engage in mathematical research and to connect with other mathematics students in the Mid-Hudson region of New York State. All mathematics students and faculty are welcome to attend. Undergraduates who have attended an REU program or done independent work in mathematics are invited to give a talk or present a poster. Faculty and graduate students may also give talks or present posters. Continental breakfast, lunch, and afternoon tea are complimentary for all participants.
Funding for this conference is provided by Bard College and by NSF DMS grant 0846477 through the MAA Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conferences program (www.maa.org/RUMC).
For more information, to register, or to submit an abstract, please visit http://math.bard.edu/mhmc2009 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Download the poster at http://math.bard.edu/mhmc2009/MidHudsonConference.pdf.
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