The Ohio Xi Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon at
Youngstown State University is hosting its sixteenth annual regional Student Paper Meeting on
February 22, 2014.
Please review the
Thanks to all who are attending and helping to make this a great conference!
The meeting will give undergraduate and high school students the opportunity to present results
of their projects and research, and to listen to topics that are of interest
to other students in our region. Any topic in undergraduate
mathematics that is likely to be of interest to other undergraduate mathematics
students is appropriate, be it in history, education, research, or anything
between. We are scheduling the talks for 15 minutes each with five minutes
between talks. Each student giving a talk should list a faculty advisor, primarily
for ease of communication.
We are inviting all Pi Mu Epsilon Chapters that lie within three hours drive of Youngstown,
as well as a number of other schools in the region that we know have interest
in undergraduate student research. There is no intention to be selective,
however, so if you know of someone who would like to attend, please do not
hesitate to contact us so that we can invite them.
The National Science Foundation - Mathematics Association of America Regional Mathematics Conferences (NSF-MAA RUMC)
Grant Committee is supporting our conference this year (NSF-MAA Grant DMS-0846477).
We have a limited amount of travel funding available. If you are in need of
travel assistance, please contact Thomas Wakefield as soon
If you plan to come to our conference, please register (even if you are not
giving a presentation). Your registration helps us determine how many materials
are needed. Thanks!
Due to the funding received by NSF-MAA grant DMS-0846477 and the generosity of
the YSU Department of Mathematics and Statistics, there will be no registration
fee for this event.
You may be interested in reading the article
"The Youngstown State University Undergraduate Mathematics Conference"
available at MAA on-line.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact Dr. Thomas Wakefield