Graduate Student Papers

Graduate students, full-time and part-time, are invited to present papers on topics in mathematics, statistics, or computer science. Graduate students at any stage of their graduate work are welcome to give a presentation during the session. The presentations, approximately fifteen (15) minutes in length, can be given on expository work, research projects, variations on intriguing proofs, interesting problems in mathematics, work derived from periodicals, employment experiences, summer/independent research experiences, or parts of or work related to Master’s or Doctoral research projects. The registration fee and the cost for Saturday lunch will be waived for one graduate student presenter per paper. Interested graduate students should submit:

  • the title of the presentation,

  • an abstract of no more than 100 words,

  • full name,

  • college/university affiliation,

  • contact information (phone number, fax number, and email address),

  • audio-visual/technology needs for the presentation,

  • the name of a faculty sponsor,

  • full contact information and affiliation for the faculty sponsor.

to Sarah Mabrouk,;  please use “NES/MAA Graduate Student Paper Session - Submission” for the subject line.  Abstracts should be submitted via email in MS Word or plain text files; please do not submit abstracts using LaTeX or other typesetting software. Abstracts should be limited to 100 words and should be appropriate for a general mathematics audience; please avoid using mathematical symbols in the abstract and remember to include the presentation title.

The deadline for abstract submissions in November 4th November 8th (due to the winter storm).

Graduate Student Papers Coordinator Sarah Mabrouk
Department of Mathematics
Framingham State College
100 State Street, P.O. Box 9101
Framingham, MA 01701-9101