Seventeenth Annual
Pikes Peak Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
Colorado State University — Pueblo

Saturday, 22 February 2020


The complete Conference Program and Abstracts Booklet are now available!

Advance registration for lunch ends on Monday, February 17; click here to register.

The focus of this annual conference is to give undergraduate mathematics students an opportunity to present their research and expository projects in a professional setting.

Undergraduates from the Pikes Peak region and beyond are strongly encouraged to present in the areas of mathematics, mathematics education and the history of mathematics. Presentation topics could include the results of classroom or independent study, as well as REU or other research projects. Both research and expository topics are welcome.

Students who do not wish to present are also encouraged to attend, and learn more about the mathematics profession, including graduate school and career opportunities. Based on recent attendance, several dozen student presenters and over one hundred attendees from Colorado, Wyoming and other neighboring states are expected — don't miss out on this opportunity to meet other students from the region who share your interest in mathematics!

Registration is free for all participants, and includes lunch.
NOTE: All participants do still need to register in advance to attend lunch!
Deadline for lunch registration:   Monday, February 17

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Register for the conference here.
If you are a student planning to give a talk, you will be prompted to enter a title and abstract on the registration page.

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Preliminary Conference Schedule
All sessions to be held on the CSU–Pueblo campus; room locations TBA.

9:50-10:00Welcome & Opening Remarks
10:00-11:00Keynote Address:
Graphs, Neural Networks, and
  Emergent Dynamics in the Brain

Dr. Katie Morrison, University of Northern Colorado
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11:00-11:55Student Presentations in Parallel Sessions
(15 minutes each, with 5 minutes between talks)
12:00-1:00Lunch: registration required by Mon., Feb. 17
1:00-2:00Panel Presentation: Beyond an Undergraduate Mathematics Degree
2:00-3:55Student Presentations in Parallel Sessions
(15 minutes each, with 5 minutes between talks)
4:00Closing remarks and Door Prizes


All morning sessions, including registration, will occur in the General Classroom Building (GCB).
Please go there first, and pick up your conference materials before 9:15 AM.

Parking on the CSU-Pueblo campus is free on weekends — no permit is required.
The most convenient lots are W-3 and W-2 on the west side of campus.
(See the CSU–Pueblo Campus Map.)

Local hotel information will be available soon.