Upcoming Events

Wednesday, October 20, 4 pm in a hybrid format: in-person in Avery Hall 108 and online via Zoom (ID: 947 8772 9456, PASS: MATH-CLUB).

Panel: "Getting ready for Grad School Applications" with

  • Dr. Jamie Radcliffe, Graduate Admissions Coordinator
  • Jordan Crawford, Graduate Teaching Assistant
  • Abbey D’Ovidio, Graduate Research Assistant
  • Kirsten Morris, Graduate Fellow of STEM Diversity

Would you like to know more about the application process and how one can prepare for it? No matter what year you are in, you are warmly welcomed to a panel discussion with the Coordinator of the Graduate Admissions and fellow graduate students.



Wednesday, October 27, 4 pm in a hybrid format: in-person in Avery Hall 108 and online via Zoom (TBA).

Advanced Math Course Preview

Title: TBA

Abstract: TBA



Wednesday, November 3, 4 pm in a hybrid format: in-person in Avery Hall 108 and online via Zoom (TBA).

Talk by Ana Wright, UNL Mathematics

Title: TBA

Abstract: TBA



Wednesday, November 17, 4 pm in a hybrid format: in-person in Avery Hall 108 and online via Zoom (TBA).

Presentation by Kristen Aldrich, College of Arts and Sciences Career Coach

Title: Internships and Careers in Mathematics

Abstract: Are you interested in how the seven different options for the Mathematics major connect to internship and career opportunities? Are you just getting starting with searching for internship and career opportunities and need some help? The College of Arts and Sciences Career Coaches are available to help with both of those questions. Kristen Aldrich, Career Coach, is going to give a presentation about connecting the different options of the Mathematics major to various career and internship opportunities. Kristen will also be introducing Handshake, the website used by UNL to help connect you with internship, career, and volunteer opportunities.



Previous Events

Wednesday, October 6, 4 pm in a hybrid format: in-person in Avery Hall 108 and online via Zoom ( ID 934 6648 6925, PASS: MATH-CLUB).

Led by Michael Pieper, UNL Mathematics

Title: LaTeX Workshop

Abstract: There is a chance that mathematicians are biased, put simply put, documents produced using LaTeX just look better. The caveat is that it requires an initial investment in order to learn how it works and how to use it. In this workshop, we will cover various topics starting with a beginners guide to get started and then continuing to creating a slideshow presentation and CVs. We will also dedicate some to a Q&A session to answer personalized questions that you may have



About Math Club

The Math Club is an umbrella organization for mathematics-related activities open to all UNL students. The Math Club sponsors events throughout the academic year in association with the Nebraska Alpha Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon and the Women Undergraduates in Mathematics at Nebraska.

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Pi Mu Epsilon (ΠΜΕ)

Pi Mu Epsilon is a national mathematics honor society that promotes scholarly activity in mathematics among students in academic institutions. UNL's Nebraska Alpha Chapter, founded in 1928, was the 15th chapter out of over 350 chapters around the country.

Learn more about joining Pi Mu Epsilon.

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  • Amy Bennett
  • Tefjol Pllaha
  • Bo Deng, Spring 2022 only
  • Petronela Radu (ex officio)
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