Upcoming Events

Thursday October 5, 5 pm in 351 Avery Hall:

Math talk

Title: TBA

Thursday October 26, 5 pm in 351 Avery Hall:

Course Preview

Come to the preview of the upper-level math courses offered in the Spring 2024 semester! Faculty teaching them will describe course content, format, prerequisites, and will answer your questions.

Thursday November 9, 5 pm in 351 Avery Hall:

Presentation by Professor Kazuo Yamazaki

Title: Introduction to Math Modeling

Do you enjoy being creative? Do you love applying interesting mathematics? Then math modeling is for you! Modeling is a process that uses math to provide insight into real world phenomena; see this video for a quick introduction. Mathematical modeling not only benefits the subjects being modeled, but also opens the door for more interesting math to be explored. Like most mathematics, problems are open ended and can have many solutions.

Past Events

Thursday September 14, 5 pm in 351 Avery Hall:

Meet and greet with faculty undergraduate advisor Professor Alex Zupan

Come meet the new faculty undergraduate advisor, professor Alex Zupan, in an informal setting. Professor Zupan will introduce himself and speak about ways in which he can help students make the most of their math major.

Thursday August 31, 5 pm in 351 Avery Hall:

Presentation by Dr. Morgen Bills

Title: Zero Divisors, Matrices, and Perfect Matchings

Abstract: This will be an introduction to zero divisors particularly in matrices. After that I will describe how to use perfect matchings to represent certain matrices (and multiply like matrices). Finally, I will try to touch on why all of this might answer a question from the last century.

Please see our event archive for a list of past events.

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 Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) undergraduate student chapter at Nebraska. Undergraduate students are strongly encouraged to contact the Math Club's faculty advisors to discuss events and meetings that they would like to see throughout the academic year and to help organize additional event and meetings.

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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.

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