Student Talks at the Spring Meeting
The Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware Section (EPaDel) of the Mathematical Association of America invites Graduate and Undergraduate students to present talks on mathematics-related topics during EPaDel's Sectional Spring Meeting at Dickinson College on Saturday, April 6, 2013
A talk in the Graduate Student Session should be 15 minutes in length. A talk in the Undergraduate Student Session should be approximately 10 minutes.
Your talk should fall into one of the three categories described below.
Expository: (e.g., historical topics in mathematics, mathematical
problems, applications, an article from a mathematics journal,
pedagogy, school mathematics curricula, teaching and learning of
Mathematical Activity: (e.g., problems, modeling contests, Student Chapter or math club activities, internships or summer employment)
Research: (e.g., problems solved or attempted, honors projects)
Talks given in the undergraduate sessions should be presented at a level geared to an undergraduate audience.
How to Submit a Talk
The schedule and abstract for the student talks will appear here shortly.Applications must include a brief abstract of the proposed talk.
- Undergraduate students should use our online registration form for undergraduates.
- Graduate students should use our online registration form for graduate students.
For more information contact our Student Speaker Coordinator, Nathan Shank, by email at email@example.com.
Application deadline is March 22, 2013. Notification of speaking status will be made by email shortly after the deadline.
Student speakers will receive a waiver of registration fee for the meeting and a Certificate of Recognition from the Mathematical Association of America.
Tips for Giving a Good Talk
Please read through our tips for giving a mathematical talk as you prepare your presentation.