Math Undergraduate News

Advising Updates

Doug Pellatz, Assigned Advisor for Math & PhysicsClick here for updates from your assigned advisor for Mathematics, Doug Pellatz and information about Doug's and Dr. Radu's advising hours for Spring 2019. Continue reading…


Important Academic Dates

Academic CalendarMonday, January 7: Spring 2019 Semester Begins

Monday, January 14: Last day to add a course for the Spring 2019 semester and Last day to drop a course with a 100% refund

Friday, January 18: Last day to drop a course from your official record

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Writing and Learning about Social Justice Workshop

Social Justice & PovertyThe University of Nebraska Honors College and the Department of Communication Studies are co-sponsoring a half day poverty simulation and writing retreat in partnership with Leadership Lincoln, the University Libraries, and the UNL Writing Center. Click here for more information! Continue reading…


San Diego State University REU Program

SDSU REU ProgramSan Diego State University is pleased to invite applications to its Summer 2019 Mathematics Research Experience for Undergraduates. The program dates this year will be June 17 -- August 9. Their projects will be in number theory. Click here for more information! Continue reading…


Graduate School at Maryland

University of MarylandThe University of Maryland Department of Mathematics reached out to advertise their Ph.D. program in Mathematics. If you are interested in pursuing your Ph.D. in the Washington, DC area, please click here for more information! Continue reading…


Free Counseling Offered at the CSPC

Teacher's College Hall on City CampusThe Counseling and School Psychology Clinic (CSPC) offers free and culturally sensitive counseling to UNL students. Services are offered to the public on a sliding scale. The CSPC is located at 49 Teachers College Hall, City Campus. Call (402) 472-1152 to schedule an appointment!

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Big Red Resilience & Well-being

Big Reg ResilienceDid you know that the University has a program concerning resilience and well-being? The faculty and staff at UNL care about you, and we want to see you succeed academically, professional, and personally. Big Red Resilience can help you succeed. Click here for more information! Continue reading…



Dr. Petronela RaduIf you have questions, concerns, or just want to talk about your next steps as a student, your Math faculty advisor, Dr. Petronela Radu (211 Avery Hall,, and your Math assigned advisor, Doug Pellatz (209 Avery Hall,, are here to help.

Originally published January 7, 2019 - Submit an Item