UBC/UMC t h e u n d e r g r a d u a t e |
UBC/UMC is the undergraduate mathematics colloquium at the University of British Columbia. It puts on talks by mathematicians; the talks are about research in math, and aim to be accessible to undergrads. The details of the colloquium may be found below. All are welcome. |
the next talk |
Details on the next UBC/UMC talk will be available shortly. |
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We're always looking for new ideas. If you'd like to see a particular talk or a particular speaker, or give a talk yourself, drop us a line. (UBC/UMC is run by Fok-Shuen Leung, whose main page is here.) If you're a student — particularly an undergrad — interested in mathematics, check out the Math Club; they can be found in MATX 1119, and online as well. If you're an undergrad interested in teaming up with a prof and doing some research in math, the NSERC USRAs (the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Undergraduate Student Research Awards — that's why they have acronyms) are an available opportunity. These talks are a great way to gauge your interest in a professor's research. For USRA details, check out the NSERC site, or ask at the Mathematics Department office. |