The Directed Reading Program (DRP) pairs undergraduate students with graduate student mentors to undertake independent study projects of various sizes and scopes over the course of the spring semester. The projects can take the form of reading and working through a mathematics text, reading research papers, or even doing research. Students presented their research at the end of the semester.
The Summer Math Prep Camp is a workshop run by the Graduate Student Representatives to help incoming graduate students with the transition to graduate school. Advanced graduate students teach refresher courses in analysis, algebra, and topology. The 2018 Prep Camp was held August 20-24.
The Eisenbud Lectures in Mathematics and Physics are the result of a generous donation by Leonard and Ruth-Jean Eisenbud, intended for a yearly set of lectures by an eminent physicist or mathematician working close to the interface of the two subjects. The 2018 award recipient is Spencer Bloch, University of Chicago. Talks will take place Tuesday, November 13 - Thursday, November 15, 2018.Eisenbud Lecture Series 2007-2017