The Math Club organizes trips to the YSU PME Conference and the Ohio MAA Spring Meeting each spring semester. Contact Dr. Leah Gold for details. All CSU students are eligible to attend. There is no cost for attending.
Fall 2016 Pi Mu Epsilon Conference [September 23-24, 2016]
This conference will be held at Miami University in Oxford, OH. The conference will cover Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems, but the presentations are not restricted to those topics. Students are invited to give talks or participate without presentations.
The deadline to sign up for a talk is September 9, and the deadline for registering for participation is September 16.
More information can be found here.
Spring 2017 Ohio MAA Section Meeting [March 31 - April 1, 2017]
The conference will be held at Sinclair Community College. If you're interested in attending the event or even giving a talk on your own research, please contact Dr. Leah Gold, L.Gold33@csuohio.edu, 216-687-4565. You may also visit the website for more information about the meeting.
Click here for detailed information on the Leo Schneider Student Team Competition. In 2016-17 a group of students is preparing for the competition by meeting for 2 hours each Saturday. Anyone interested in competing on a team should contact Dr. Gold.
NOTE: There will be travel arranged from CSU, including an overnight hotel stay.
Youngstown Pi Mu Epsilon Conference -- February 25, 2017
The 19th Annual YSU Regional Pi Mu Epsilon Undergraduate Student Conference is Saturday, February 25, 2017.
The registration form is now available from the conference website:
Registration is free, but everyone must register. The deadline for submitting conference registration is Wednesday, February 17, at 12:00 noon.
The conference consists of undergraduate and high school students giving a 10-15 minute presentation on a mathematical topic that interests them. The topics of the talks are selected by the students. A primary objective is to give students the opportunity of presenting a technical talk to their peers. This is a skill that almost all students will need during their lifetime. The conference provides a good opportunity to gain this experience and learn from the presentations of others. You can visit the website here to see previous conferences
to see the titles of the talks that were given in previous years. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed, and students get to enjoy the company of peers from other schools who also enjoy mathematics. Furthermore, free breakfast and lunch provided!
Undergraduate students: Consider contributing a talk to the conference. You can state that you wish to give a talk when you register. You should also contact Dr. Gold (L.Gold33@csuohio.edu) about how to prepare for presenting a talk.
CSU STUDENTS NOTE: There will be carpooling arranged from CSU. Contact Dr. Leah Gold, L.Gold33@csuohio.edu to arrange transportation.
Rose-Hulman Annual Undergraduate Mathematics Conference -- April 24-25, 2015
Registration for the 2015 Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Conference on April 24-25 is now open. This year’s conference theme is Statistics: From Big Data to Big Decisions, and student talks are the focal point of this conference.
For details and registration forms, please visit the website.