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Undergraduate Events

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Build with Why Do Math of May 1, 2019 For all undergraduate events click here.

Math CAS for 2019

The Math course assistant application process is open. Both for MA-21b and upper level course assistants Math 22-.

Job advertisement for 2019


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Course Catalog


Courses can be searched on the Course catalog. The PDF of the 2019/2020 calendar is currently not yet available. The local course page has the Masthead for Fall 2019/2020 already. Information about upper level course assistants is as usual on the upperlevel CA page. Math Night, weekly problem-set nights for upper-level courses starts on February 4th, 2019.

Events

There are currently no seminars lined up. Keep posted here ...
Latest Math event:
04/30/2019 Distributed Graph Coloring, by Noah Golowich . More ... mathtable talk
See also the Undergraduate events page.

Summer 2019 Tutorials

Summer Tutorials 2019 :
Check out the descriptions on the Summer tutorial page. An overview of the tutorials is given on Wednesday, May 1, 4 PM in SC 507. The sign-up deadline for the Summer tutorials 2019 is May 22, 2019.

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News and Announcements

Faculty news



Three notable honors our faculty have just received from the University:
  • Lauren Williams has been named the Dwight Parker Robinson Professor of Mathematics.
  • Dennis Gaitsgory has been named the Herchel Smith Professor of Mathematics
  • Robin Gottlieb has been named the Director of the Emerging Scholars Program,
  • Barry Mazur has been recognized for the sixtieth anniversary of his service at Harvard.
Please join in congratulating them all, and in thanking them for their many contributions.

Hertz Foundation

Congratulations to Noah Golowich (Math and Computer science) and Alex Atanasov (physics) for becoming Hertz fellows. The winners are: Carnegie Mellon University: Machine Learning - Benjamin Eysenbach; Computer Science - Bailey Flanigan, Harvard University: Mathematics and Computer Science - Noah Golowich; Physics - Alex Atanasov, Johns Hopkins University: Biophysics and Mathematics - Melissa Mai, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Computer Science - Dylan Cable, Stanford University: Mathematics - Nina Zubrilina; Mathematics and Computer Science - Nitya Mani, UC Berkeley: Electrical Engineering Jordan Edmunds, UC Santa Barbara: Physics - Dolev Bluvstein, University of Colorado Denver: Medical Science - Jacqueline Turner, University of Wisconsin-Madison: Biomedical Engineering - Bailey Flanigan.

Putnam 2018 results

Please join to congratulate the Harvard's team for finishing first place in this year's Putnam competition. Special congratulations to David Stoner, Daniel Kim and Shyam Narayanan for being named Putnam Fellows. Congratulations also to Richard Xu and Siye Zhu for Honorable Mentions.

See the putnam page. Results


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