The UNC Undergraduate Math Club
The UNC Math Club offers undergraduate students the opportunity to experience math in an informal setting. Recent Math Club activities have included a panel discussion of REUs (undergraduate research experiences), a talk about doing math in Russia by alum Brian Shroud, and a presentation on elliptic curves and their application to cryptography. To find out more, visit the Math Club website.
Math Club will meet every Tuesday from 5-6pm in Ross Hall 2275.
For More Information:
- Oscar Levin - faculty advisor
- When Will I Use Math? - professional website describing some exciting careers for the technically inclined.