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Faculty from the department are interested in visiting undergraduate programs to speak on a variety of fascinating topics while sharing information about our graduate programs in mathematics. If you are interested in having one of our faculty visit your institution, please feel free to contact the desired speaker by email. Visit the speaker list below for abstracts and speaker information.

Undergraduate talks offered by the faculty


Visit the complete Speaker List for abstracts and speaker contact information.
  • Mathematics in ancient Egypt
  • Geometry and Art
  • Folding
  • How to win your football pool
  • Drilling square holes
  • The nonholonomy of the rolling sphere
  • How good bowlers stay off the straight and narrow
  • The hat problem
  • Can you tell if a knot is knotted or not?
  • Strategies for sports betting pools
  • Mathematical fallacies
  • What is the shape of the universe?
  • Ham sandwiches and hairy coconuts - an algebraic topologist's feast
  • Math, college students, and opera
  • Mathematical ways and congressional means
  • Mathematical inequalities, social inequities, and science education
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Upcoming Events
Geometry/ Topology Seminar
Tue, Apr 24, 2018
Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for a Triangle Comparison Theorem, I James Hebda, SLU
Math/CS Club
Wed, Apr 25, 2018
The Mathematical Match Game Brody Johnson, SLU
PhD Oral Defense
Thu, Apr 26, 2018
Finite, fiber-preserving group actions on orientable Seifert manifolds Benjamin Peet, SLU
PhD Oral Exam
Fri, Apr 27, 2018
Leavitt Path Superalgebras Katie Radler, SLU
Annual Awards Ceremony
Fri, Apr 27, 2018
The 2018 Math & Statistics Department Award Ceremony Featuring Sarah Greenwald, Appalachian State University
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