Undergraduate Research

Are you interested in exploring mathematics beyond what is possible in a semester long course? If so, then you should consider doing undergraduate research in mathematics. You not only have the opportunity to work individually or one-on-one with your professors, but you may get the chance to present your findings at conferences -- just another way to prepare you for graduate school.

Several opportunities for research exist:

Journals of Undergraduate Research in Mathematics

The following journals contain articles written by undergraduates:

Undergraduate Research Conferences

One way to be involved with and learn more about undergraduate research is to attend a conference on undergraduate research in mathematics. Each spring the University of Evansville takes a group of students to the following conferences:

Additional undergraduate research conferences:

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Office Location:
Room 314, Koch Center for Engineering and Science