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CV Template

Updated:  May 3rd, 2016

Contains examples of sections.

Thesis Template

Updated: May 3rd 2016

Contains an example of a title page, abstract, acknowledgements,  table of contents, two chapters, list of tables, list of figures, and bibliography (must be in .bib format).  Additional sections can be added using \input command (see comments in the file)

The most recent update fixed a pervasive typo of the word "acknowledgements"

Bug Note: (3/2/2017, reported by Seth)
Sometimes proofs will "end" too early because of a bug in the proof environment in matscript.sty 
To fix this, comment: 

and then include:

and comment:

From there one can define their own theorem commands and the amsthm proof works as expected. 

Beamer Template

Updated: May 2nd, 2013

Contains an example of a title frame, frames, blocks, items, enumerates, and theorem environments.
Thanks James and Tom!

Poster Template

Updated: May 5th, 2016

Contains several examples of blocks.
The poster size for this is A0 sized 841 mm × 1189 mm (33.1 in × 46.8 in), but you can change the sizing by editing the header in the tex file.

The Digital Design Studio on the 3rd floor of Tisch Library has a large format printer that can be used for a small fee (

Additionally, Grads have previously sent away for posters from
Thanks David and James!

Tikz Shortcuts

Updated: April 21st, 2016

Contains a bunch of Tikz shortcuts with examples for drawing manifolds with genus, points, vectors, lines, and other objects as seen in Harry's thesis! Thanks Harry!

Quick Math Package and Tutorial (v1)
Updated: September 21st, 2011 (package), September 3rd, 2013 (tutorial)

Contains an expansive 23 page tutorial for for Andy's Quick Math package.   Note that Andy now has a newer version of quickmath (version 2.0) available on his site that is dated to 2015 along with a much shorter (8 page) tutorial.
Thanks Andy!

Tipper Package
Updated: December 2nd, 2016

Contains an example of a space tipping its fedora.
Donated by a graduate student who wishes to remain anonymous.
I tip my hat to you, mysterious stranger.

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