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Save the date of Wednesday April 2nd from 1-5pm. Mathematics will be hosting a department open house in BBH 135 and all faculty, staff and students are invited.
Arabic speaking student with strong math background, who has taken Foundations of Geometry needed. If this sounds like you and you are willing to help a fellow student, please contact Prof. Katherine Bird, email@example.com
Take some time and register for your summer and fall courses soon. Advance registration ends March 21st for both summer and fall.
Join us on March 11th from 3-4pm in the Pedroso Center for 'The Craftier Side of Math." Hear about how women have been using and excelling in Mathematics for decades and create beautiful scarves based on a one sided geometrical conundrum! "
This workshop is in honor of Pi Day and Herstory month and is sponsored by the Department of Mathematics, the Center for Science Engagement and the Women's Resource Center.
Great Opportunity for Mathematics Graduate students! The 2nd Heidelberg laureate Forum will be held September 21-26, 2014 in Heidelberg, Germany 'The Forum connects highly talented young researchers (undergraduates, PhD candidate and post docs with the top scienctists in mathematics and computer science.' For more information and an application, please visit: http://www.orau.org/hlf The deadline for applications is March 3, 2014 12pm Eastern Time.
The Mathematics Department is now accepting requests for course authorizations/prerequiste overrides for the summer 2014 term. Please submit your request on a course permission form. This form is available at the link above or can be obtained from outside the Mathematics Department office, BBH 214B. Advance Registration for summer begins March 24th.
Congratulations to Mathematics majors Jonathan Shaier and Christopher Castro who will be participating in an alternative spring break trip.
Jonathan Shaier will spend Spring Break In East St. Louis, at Hubbard House, an organization that provides housing, food and program support to the economically disadvantaged. The theme of the trip will revolve around food insecurity and homelessness.
Christopher Castro will travel to San Miguel Escobar, Guatemala to participate in Community Collaboration's Fair Trade Impact Exploration. Volunteers will work with fair trade farmers and artisans to explore the impact of fair trade policies and complete projects that benefit the communities.
Alternative Spring Break, ABS participants are chosen after a rigorous application process that includes an essay and group and individual interviews. They spend Spring Break outside of Chicago engaging civically and helping a local community.
Congratulations to Joonathan and Christopher for winning a place on the Alternative Spring Break Trips!
On Friday January 24, 2014 at 6:30pm Dr. Zada Johnson will host a personal statement writing workshop for students interested in applying for the DFI Graduate Fellowship. The workshop will take place in the Lower Level Conferencwe Center at Carruthers Center of Inner City Studies, 700 E Oakwood Blvd. , Chicago, IL
The Mathematics faculty encourages math graduate students to check out this fellowship opportunity.
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