Each semester, for the past several years, the Graduate Algebra Symposium has been organized and run exclusively by (and for) math graduate students interested in algebra.
This workshop provides an opportunity for graduate students, from several universities, to present and discuss their research with other students in the same field of study. This is also a fantastic opportunity to gain experience giving conference-style talks, as well as build a social and collaborative network of researchers.
Anyone interested in algebra is strongly encouraged to attend this symposium. This semester it will be virtual, hosted by UT Arlington. Read below for details (in particular, see this semester's GAS webpage -- I love a nice diagram of chain complexes! This one describes a "chain homotopy").