ISU Undergraduate Colloquium in Mathematics

The Undergraduate Colloquium in Mathematics is designed to introduce the undergraduate community at Illinois State to some of the more fascinating and exciting sides of mathematics. The colloquium will feature talks on a variety of topics in mathematics, from algebra, number theory and discrete mathematics to actuarial science, statistics and biomathematics. The talks promise to be interesting and accessible to undergraduates, whether they are math majors or not… yet ;).

The goal of the Seminar is to show students the beauty and power of some mathematical ideas that they might not encounter in their regular coursework. It is hoped that those same students will develop a better understanding of, and a keener interest in, what mathematics is and what it can do.

**The Undergraduate Colloquium will be held on designated Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00 p.m. in Stevenson Hall 346. (NOTE: The Feb 14th Colloquium will be in STV 401!) Refreshments will be provided afterwards.**