MUMS Call for Presentations

The main goal of MUMS is to promote undergraduate engagement in the mathematical sciences.  Undergraduate students and faculty are invited to present 10-15 minute talks or posters from any area of mathematics.  Abstracts are due by Friday, March 28.  Possible topics for presentations include, but are not limited to:

  • results of class projects;
  • solutions to contest problems (Putnam Exam, modeling competitions, etc.);
  • results from undergraduate research projects (summer programs, capstone courses, etc.);
  • expository talks on interesting topics in mathematics;
  • papers on the history of mathematics;
  • mathematics education projects; and
  • independent work in mathematics, statistics, computer science, or related disciplines.

Refer to the Abstract Submission section of the main MUMS webpage - click on the button above. 

Click on the button above for a pdf copy of the Call for Presentations flyer for MUMS 2014.  Feel free to use the flyer to promote the symposium to other students and faculty.

Click on the button above for information about traveling to MUMS, presentation equipment, and so on.


Funding for MUMS 2014 is provided by NSF grant DMS-0846477 through the MAA Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conferences program (  Additional funding is provided by the Simpson College Mathematics Department (