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- Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) Distinguished Speaker SeriesThe Speaker Series is able to provide support for one speaker per term to give two talks. Collectively, the talks will cover, as much as possible, material which is accessible to graduate students, material accessible to advanced undergraduates, and issues of importance to females in the mathematical sciences.

Jessica Striker from North Dakota State University is giving a talk open to undergraduates this Friday. This talk would be appropriate for students considering grad school in math.

Friday, November 3rd, 12-12:50pm

Location: Peterson Hall 101

Title: Grad school and beyond - a mathematical and personal journey

Abstract: In this talk, I’ll share some stories from my experience in grad school and afterward, along with some questions for personal reflection and discussion. There will be time for small group discussion about your own experiences. Topics include: confidence and collaboration, learning to research, and career paths. - The Oregon Distinguished Mathematics Lectures for StudentsLectures by mathematicians for undergraduates (and anyone else who wants to have fun learning math). Each talk meets 5:15-6:15pm, with time available after the talk to ask the speaker questions.
- Weekly Math SeminarsCheck the schedule, Basic Notions and Teaching Undergraduates might be appropriate, as well as any that state they are suitable for undergraduates or that they are aimed at a wider audience. Otherwise, assume prior knowledge is important.

- Math into LaTeX by George GrätzeCall Number: Z253.4.L38 G745 2000 (Math)ISBN: 9781461221340Publication Date: 2013

- Math Journals with Expository ArticlesPage put together by librarians at Bryn Mawr of recommended math journals that publish articles that are credible and accessible to undergraduate math students.

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