Our department hosts the following events: research colloquia, math/engineering club activities, Southern Regional Algebra Conference (SRAC), Sonia Kovalevsky Mathematics Day, and other events.
The College of Sciences offers students a scientific education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.
Dr. Yi Wang
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An annual outreach program to encourage young women to explore mathematics-related careers. The event offers mathematics activities for young women via hands-on workshops and a career panel for question & answer. Sponsored by the department and other AUM offices. The Sonia Kovalevsky Mathematics High School Day is an annual program of mathematics activities for young women. Sponsored by the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) and Auburn University at Montgomery’s Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, it is named in honor of Sonia Kovalevsky, who was the first woman to earn a doctorate in mathematics in 1874. The event is designed to encourage high school-aged women to consider careers in mathematics and the sciences. Sonia Kovalevsky Days have been organized by AWM and institutions around the country since 1985. It is generally held at AUM during the latter half of February or early March.
High school teachers from throughout Alabama are invited to bring their female students to Montgomery to meet the AUM mathematics faculty, professional women who use math in their careers, and other high school students who are interested in math. Event workshops focus on inspiring participants to continue their study of mathematics and lead to careers in mathematics and sciences.
All participants receive books and prizes. A pizza lunch is provided.
Auburn University at Montgomery is committed to providing accommodations and services to individuals with disabilities. Event attendees who have questions or need special accommodations to participate in Sonia Kovalevsky Day should contact Jerome Goddard at 334-244-3023 or [email protected] on or before the preregistration deadline. TDD users may call 334-244-3754.
All undergraduates currently or previously taking part in research projects in the AUM School of Sciences are eligible to present. Graduate students are kindly asked not to submit abstracts. Projects as well as the preparation of the talk or poster should be the primary responsibility of the student. The student is required to present the poster or talk, and research mentors are kindly asked to stand aside on the day of the presentation.
Students may present more than once, but are asked to choose one presentation to be considered for an award.
A call for research abstract papers is made during the first week of February. Students wishing to present their research at the symposium must complete and submit the abstract form to the appropriate email address. The abstract submission deadline is typically the first week of March.
Students are asked to prepare a talk that is no more than 15 minutes long and then five minutes will be given for questions following the talk. All talks should be PowerPoint presentations and will need to be upload to an auditorium computer in the Goodwyn Hall lobby before the symposium begins. See the UGR committee chair for instructions on the day of the symposium.
Oral Presentation Evaluation Form
All posters must be 4′ x 4′ or smaller. They will be presented on peg boards. Posters can be printed for free at the Auburn University Library. Note that if you are printing on a University printer the maximum poster size is 4’ x 3’. Please convert your poster to a PDF prior to printing. All posters can be e-mailed or hand carried on a USB drive along with the request to print form to the Office of Sponsored Programs ([email protected] or [email protected]um.edu) for printing. Please give them at least 3 days lead in order to print. They will let you know when your poster is ready.
If you are unsure about formatting and printing your poster please contact your research mentor or your departmental representative. Inexpensive poster printing is also available at SignWorld and Optaprint. Posters must be hung 30 minutes prior to your presentation time on the day of the symposium. Please note the number accompanying your name in the schedule. You will be asked to hang your poster by your number on the provided peg boards.
Poster Presentation Evaluation Form
At the end of the symposium, an awards ceremony is held in which the best presenters are recognized, and a cash prize is offered to the symposium’s first, second, and third place winners. Two (2) honorable mention presenters are also recognized during the ceremony. Check out the UGR Symposium Archives for a list of past winners and the abstract books.
Undergraduate Research Award
The Undergraduate Research Award is presented to the best research paper of the year. The award comes with an additional cash prize and the honor of having your name added to the plaque that hangs in the Dean’s office. To be eligible for the award the winning groups from the symposium will be asked to submit a paper to the Undergraduate Research Committee for review. There is no format or length requirement on the paper. We ask that the paper be written in a style appropriate for the field.
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