UT Arlington, Department of Mathematics The University of Texas at Arlington

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Special Departmental Events and Activities

As part of its effort to promote active learning, enhance mathematics research, and facilitate academic exchange, the Department regularly hosts a variety of special events, ranging from summer experience for middle school, high school, and undergraduate students to colloquia and seminars for faculty and graduate students to international conferences that bring world renowned researchers to UT Arlington Campus. These special events and activities have become an integral part of the Department education and research program and significantly increased the visibility of the Department and the University.




Upcoming Events

    2015 UT Arlington Calculus Bowl, April 24, 2015

    "Counting from Infinity: a non-technical account of a mathematical and personal triumph". This is a talk aimed at general audience, and will be given by Professor David Eisenbud, Director of MSRI and fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. April 30, 2015.   flier  poster



Seminars and Colloquia

Mid-Cities Math Circle (MC)^2

Research Conferences
Special Departmental Events
Student Competitions