Events & Conferences
Short for Women in Mathematics in New England, WiMiN is a one-day undergraduate conference in mathematics and statistics. Activities include talks from undergraduates at Smith and other local colleges in various mathematical fields.
A gathering of Smith Mathematicians, this is an opportunity for current students, alumnae, and faculty to discuss their projects. This conference features food, faculty and student talks, and various panels.
The Joint Mathematics Meetings is a national conference organized by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) and the American Mathematical Society. Past students of the Center's research class (MTH 300) have attended to present talks on their work, as well as hear about the latest advancements in a variety of mathematical topics.
The Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference is regularly attended by Smith post-baccalaureate students (and undergraduates). From their website:
|The HRUMC is a one-day mathematics conference held annually each Spring semester at rotating institutions, and attended by students & faculty from various universities, colleges, & community colleges in New York & New England (so far!). The first meeting was held in 1994 at Siena College in Loudonville, NY. The conference features short talks by students & faculty and a longer invited address by a noted mathematician.|
Thursday Lunch Talks
There is a department talk most Thursdays at lunch (provided, bring your own drink, see the calendar for upcoming events). The department talk is a chance for faculty, students and friends to hear an interesting talk and discuss mathematics. Several of the talks occur during the evening, often preceded by a tea or followed by dinner.