The following are some of the activities that are supported by this grant:
This is a week long event with a summer school component, where basic concepts in geometry and topology will be introduced, followed by a research conference aimed at more advanced undergraduates. The dates for 2017 are July 31 - August 4.
The first mini workshop was on complex geometry, on Saturday, April 29, 2017.
This is a lecture series aimed at a general undergraduate audience, in order to broaden their exposure to mathematical ideas. The lectures have covered a wide range of subjects, from baseball to voting, and from origami to astronomy.
Undergraduate students are mentored by graduate students in pairs to learn material beyond their regular courses.
This program gives a head start to incoming graduate students to ensure success in our first year graduate courses, irrespective of their background.