|The Undergraduate Events Committee oversees, organizes, and advertises math-related talks and events put on the department and student math organizations. We aim to engage the undergraduate math community outside the classroom and create a welcoming and inclusive environment in the department, particularly for under-represented groups in math. On this page, we link to some events or event series which take place at the Harvard Math department and nearby.
The Undergraduate Mathematics Colloquium (a/k/a Math Table) sponsored by the Mathematics Department, meets every other Wednesday night at 6:30 pm PM in Science Center 507. Talks are catered with dinner starting at 6 pm, and a half-hour talk starting at 6 pm. Each week, students give talks on diverse topics of pure and applied mathematics. Students, irrespective of their mathematical backgrounds, are strongly encouraged to attend and/or to give talks. Unlike in years past, faculty talks aimed at students will take place in the Open Neighborhood Seminar, (here are older events), which meets on the other Wednesday nights at 4:30 pm in SC 507.
For more information on the Math Table go here.