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RTG Activities

Logic and Dynamics Seminar

Informal Mathematics Research Problem Session

Mathematics Undergraduate Colloquium

Logic and Dynamics Seminar

Fall 2012 Organizer: Lior Fishman
Fridays, 2:00-3:30 PM, GAB 461

This RTG seminar focuses on research that is of interest to both logicians and dynamists, with speakers usually discussing their own research work and presenting detailed proofs of research results.


2010-2011 Logic and Dynamics Seminar Archives

post-2011 Logic and Dynamics Seminar Archives

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Informal Mathematics Research Problem Session

Fall 2012 Organizer: Aaron Hill
Fridays, 12:00-1:00 PM, GAB 461

This informal research seminar focuses on problems that are easily stated and intended to be readily accessible to interested undergraduate students while still offering a challenge and provoking thought for considerably more advanced attendees. The typical session may involve one or more speakers presenting background on a problem or topic along with related problem-solving approaches and results in a casual, workshop-like atmosphere intended to encourage audience members of all levels to active participation ranging from comments to taking over the chalk. All are welcome, and participants are free to bring lunch and eat while attending.


Informal Mathematics Research Problem Sessions Archives

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Mathematics Undergraduate Colloquium

Fall 2013 Organizer: Olaf Richter Tuesdays, 4:00-5:00 PM

The UNT MUC feature mathematics researchers and educators presenting on current, significant mathematics research with an emphasis on the subject matter being accessible and inspirational to undergraduate students.

Mathematics Undergraduate Colloquium Schedule

2010-2011 UMRC Archives

post-2011 UMRC Archives

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