Professors Daniel Onofrei and Andrew Torok invite all STEM students to participate in their group activities offered through the Department of Mathematics. Join a cohort of faculty and students who enjoy solving mathematical problems in unconventional ways. This dynamic community meets weekly, and is comprised of math enthusiasts from a wide range of disciplines.
Why join this science club?
- You can meet other students who enjoy working on mathematical problems
- You get to work one-on-one with professors outside of the classroom
- You'll have the opportunity to contribute to the field of mathematics
Programs for students:
Undergraduate Colloquium: This exciting speaker series covers lectures from ground breaking discoveries to making the complex seem simple.
The Putnam Competition: This competition is open to students from across the country, and is an ideal way to approach mathematical problems in a collaborative environment. Those who are successful are rewarded with prizes and fellowships.
Garden State Undergraduate Mathematics Conference: Students get to interact with peers, present their projects, and participate in a math competition at this annual research conference.
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Field Trips: The group is planning an "insiders" tour of NASA this year. See what happens behind the scenes, and learn more about the astronauts' training and research.
Problem Solving Sessions: Each Monday at 4:10 p.m., Martel Room in the Honors College
Be a part of planning the group's activities for the year.
For more information, contact Professor Onofrei at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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