Math Undergraduate News

Math Club: Spring 2022 Course Preview Event!

Math Club: Spring 2022 Course Preview Event!On Wednesday, October 27th at 4 pm, the Math Club will be hosting the Spring 2022 Semester Course Preview event via Zoom. Come to the preview of the upper-level math courses offered next semester! Faculty teaching them will describe course content, format, and prerequisites. Continue reading…

 

Undergraduate Math Contest

Undergraduate Math ContestOn Sunday, October 24 at 1-3 pm in 110 Avery Hall, GTA Alex Heitzman will be hosting an "Undergraduate PROBE Exam" modeled on the Math Day PROBE Exam for high school students. This is open to all undergraduate students, and there is a chance to win a prize! Continue reading…

 

Academic Calendar

Academic CalendarTuesday, October 19 - Fall Semester Break (Student Holiday - UNL offices open)


Monday, October 25 to Tuesday, November 9 - Priority Registration for Spring Semester 2022

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UNL Math Challenge

UNL Math ChallengeThe UNL Math Challenge is a program promoting mathematical problem-solving for undergraduate students. Every week challenging problems will be posted, and all undergraduate students can submit their solutions (within one week) for a prize equivalent to a dozen of donuts! Continue reading…

 

Math Motivators Event

Math Motivators EventOn Wednesday, October 20 from 5-6:30 pm in 204 Hawks Hall, the Math Motivators program will host an event that will cover the basics of effective tutoring, AVID tutor methodology, and opportunities for both virtual and in-person tutoring in Mathematics with K-12 students. Continue reading…

 

Celebrating National Transfer Student Week

Celebrating National Transfer Student WeekThis year the CAST office will be celebrating National Transfer Student Week (October 18-22) with free t-shirts, stickers, and Dunkin coffee and donuts. CAST will 2 locations this year: Thursday 10 AM - Noon @ City Campus: Stop by the LINK and Friday 9 - 11 AM @ East Campus: Stop by Dinsdale Plaza! Continue reading…

 

Pi Mu Epsilon Applications

Pi Mu EpsilonApplications for Pi Mu Epsilon are open now! Pi Mu Epsilon is an honorary mathematics society that invites students to become members regardless of major. The application form will be available online and at the front desk of the Math Department office until Monday, January 31, 2022. Continue reading…

 

2022 NSE Orientation Leaders

2022 Orientation LeadersThe application for NSE Orientation Leaders will be opening on October 5. Students must be a current sophomore, junior, or a senior planning on a 5th year in good academic standing. Transfer students can also apply. The application deadline will be October 25! Continue reading…

 

Stop By To Get Help With Degree Planning

Stop By To Get Help With Degree PlanningWe know the importance of good planning. The Degree Planner allows you to lay out a semester-by-semester plan to ensure you are staying on track to reach your goals. Plan to stop by 1007 Oldfather on Wednesdays between 4:30-5:30pm or Thursdays between 1:30-2:30pm from Oct. 6th through Oct. 21st! Continue reading…

 

UP GRADe Workshop

UP GRADe WorkshopUP GRADe is an online workshop hosted by the Mathematics Department at UPenn aimed at undergraduates who are underrepresented minorities in math who are applying to math graduate programs this fall. The workshop will be held online on Saturday, October 30th, 2021 starting at 1 pm CDT. Continue reading…

 

GRA Position at Texas Tech

GRA Position at Texas TechFormer UNL Post-Doc and current Texas Tech Professor Amanda Laubmeier has a GRA position available at Texas Tech University for the 2022-23 academic year. The GRA position will involve a project appropriate for anyone considering a PhD in mathematics and interested in ecological modelling. Continue reading…

 

Looking for Help?

Professor Petronela RaduIf you have questions, concerns, or just want to talk about your next steps as as student, the undergraduate chair and your faculty partner, Prof. Petronela Radu (pradu@unl.edu), and your assigned advisor, Doug Pellatz (dpellatz@unl.edu), are here to help.

 

Fall 2021 Academic Advising

Mr. Doug PellatzFor the Fall 2021 semester, you will have three main ways to engage with academic advising: scheduled appointments, virtual only drop-in meetings, and email. In-person scheduled appointments are available again. Continue reading…

 

ARTP 270: Computational Creativity

ARTP 270: Computational CreativityThis course will be an online ACE 7 course for the Spring 2022 semester. The core of the course is a suite of Computational Creativity exercises that combine computational thinking and creative thinking to make students better problem solvers in any discipline. Continue reading…

 

Cybersecurity Talent Initiative

Cybersecurity Talent InitiativeThe Cybersecurity Talent Initiative is a public-private partnership aimed at recruiting and training a world-class cybersecurity workforce to federal agencies. The program is a selective opportunity for students in cybersecurity-related fields to gain vital public and private sector work experience. Continue reading…

 

Inclusive Leadership Retreat

Inclusive Leadership RetreatIf you enjoyed Husker Dialogues and want to take your education and experience to the next level, we encourage that you join us for the Inclusive Leadership Retreat on October 24, 2021, from 1-5:30 p.m. Continue reading…

 

Fall 2021 Pop-up on NIL

Fall 2021 Pop-up on NILThe College of Business and the College of Journalism and Mass Communications have been building out a package of courses to help our students develop their personal brand. The idea was developed around Name, Image, Likeness and a partnership with Athletics but the courses are open to all students. Continue reading…

 

APHL-CDC Public Health Laboratory Fellowships

APHL-CDC Public Health Laboratory FellowshipsThe Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are recruiting bachelor’s-, master’s- and postdoc-level fellows interested in careers in public health laboratory science. Fellowships are full-time, paid, and run one to two years. Continue reading…

 

Graduate Degrees in Bioengineering at Illinois

Graduate Degrees in Bioengineering at IllinoisThe department of bioengineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign is an innovation hub that leverages emerging technologies to solve some of the world’s most pressing medical challenges and is hosting a virtual info session on November 2 at 6 pm CDT. Continue reading…

 
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