Events

  • Master’s Algebra Exam 2

    5th Jan 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    Friday, 5 January 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. This is the second of the three yearly master’s algebra exams.  If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous analysis master’s exams may be obtained here.


     

  • PhD Algebra Exam

    5th Jan 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The next PhD algebra qualifying exam will be on Friday, 5 January 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@math.byu.edu. Previous qualifying exams may be obtained here.


     

  • PhD Topology Exam

    5th Jan 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The next PhD Topology qualifying exam will be on Friday, 5 January 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous qualifying exams may be obtained here.


     

  • Master’s Analysis Exam 2

    6th Jan 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    Saturday, 6 January 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM This is the second of the three yearly master’s analysis exams.  If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous analysis master’s exams may be obtained here.


     

  • PhD ODE Qualifying Exam

    6th Jan 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    Saturday, 6 January 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous ODE qualifying exams may be obtained here.


     

  • PhD Analysis Qualifying Exam

    6th Jan 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The next PhD Analysis qualifying exam will be held on Saturday, 6 January 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous analysis qualifying exams may be obtained here.


     

  • Master’s Algebra Exam 3

    17th Feb 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    Saturday, 17 February 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM This is the third of the three yearly master’s algebra exams.  If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous analysis master’s exams may be obtained here.


     

  • Master’s Analysis Exam 3

    19th Feb 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    Monday, 19 February 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM This is the third of the three yearly master’s analysis exams.  If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous analysis master’s exams may be obtained here.


     

  • Major Field Test (MFT) in Mathematics (April 2018 graduation)

    7th Apr 2018 10:00:am, at 149 TMCB

    Students are required to take either the GRE Math Subject Test or the Major Field Test in Mathematics (MFT) the last semester before they graduate. If students have taken the GRE subject test, they do not need to take the MFT, but should provide the university with evidence of having taken the subject test and the score received. The MFT is an ETS (Educational Testing Service) standardized assessment test of undergraduate mathematics. Interested students may go to the ETS Major...


     

  • PhD Topology Exam

    5th May 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The next PhD Topology qualifying exam will be on Saturday, 5 May 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous qualifying exams may be obtained here.


     

  • PhD Algebra Exam

    5th May 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The next PhD algebra qualifying exam will be held on Saturday 5 May 2018from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. Previous algebra PhD qualifying exams may be access using the following link https://math.byu.edu/graduate/exams/ If you are interested in taking this exam or require additional information, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu.


     

  • PhD ODE Qualifying Exam

    12th May 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The next PhD ODE qualifying exam will be on Saturday, 12 May 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous ODE qualifying exams may be obtained here.


     

  • PhD Analysis Exam

    12th May 2018 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The next PhD Analysis qualifying exam will be on Saturday, 12 May 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous qualifying exams may be obtained here.


     

  • Major Field Test (MFT) in Mathematics (June 2018 graduation)

    9th Jun 2018 10:00:am, at 149 TMCB

    Students are required to take either the GRE Math Subject Test or the Major Field Test in Mathematics (MFT) the last semester before they graduate. If students have taken the GRE subject test, they do not need to take the MFT, but should provide the university with evidence of having taken the subject test and the score received. The MFT is an ETS (Educational Testing Service) standardized assessment test of undergraduate mathematics. Interested students may go to the ETS Major...


     

  • Major Field Test (MFT) in Mathematics – August 2018 graduation

    4th Aug 2018 10:00:am, at 149 TMCB

    Students are required to take either the GRE Math Subject Test or the Major Field Test in Mathematics (MFT) the last semester before they graduate. If students have taken the GRE subject test, they do not need to take the MFT, but should provide the university with evidence of having taken the subject test and the score received. The MFT is an ETS (Educational Testing Service) standardized assessment test of undergraduate mathematics. Interested students may go to the ETS Major...


     


Previous Events

  • Major Field Test (MFT) in Mathematics (December 2017 graduation)

    9th Dec 2017 10:00:am, at 149 TMCB

    Students are required to take either the GRE Math Subject Test or the Major Field Test in Mathematics (MFT) the last semester before they graduate. If students have taken the GRE subject test, they do not need to take the MFT, but should provide the university with evidence of having taken the subject test and the score received. The MFT is an ETS (Educational Testing Service) standardized assessment test of undergraduate mathematics. Interested students may go to the ETS Major...


     

  • Lecture/Film Showing

    15th Sep 2017 6:30:pm, at Nelke Theatre

    Speaker: Ken Ono (Emory University) Title: Why does Ramanujan, “The Man Who Knew Infinity”, matter? Abstract: This lecture is about Srinivasa Ramanujan, “The Man Who Knew Infinity”. Ramanujan was a self-trained two-time college dropout who left behind 3 notebooks filled with equations that mathematicians are still trying to figure out today. He claimed that his ideas came to him as visions from an Indian goddess. This lecture is about why Ramanujan matters. The speaker is an Associate Producer of the...


     

  • PhD ODE Qualifying Exam

    9th Sep 2017 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The next PhD ODE qualifying exam will be on Saturday, 9 September 2017 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous ODE qualifying exams may be obtained here.


     

  • PhD Topology Qualifying Exam

    2nd Sep 2017 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The next PhD Topology qualifying exam will be onSaturday, 2 September 2017 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous topology qualifying exams may be obtained here.


     

  • PhD Algebra Qualifying Exam

    2nd Sep 2017 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The next PhD algebra qualifying exam will be on Saturday, 2 September 2017 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. Previous algebra qualifying exams may be obtained here.


     

  • PhD Analysis Qualifying Exam

    2nd Sep 2017 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The next PhD analysis qualifying exam will be held on Saturday, 2 September 2017 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in room 301 TMCB. Previous analysis PhD qualifying exams may be accessed using the following link https://math.byu.edu/graduate/exams/ If you are interested in taking this exam or require additional information, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu.


     

  • Master’s Algebra Exam 1

    26th Aug 2017 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The first of our three yearly algebra master’s exams will be offered on Saturday, 26 August 2017 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu Previous algebra master’s exams may be obtained here.


     

  • Master’s Analysis Exam 1

    26th Aug 2017 9:00:am, at 301 TMCB

    The first of our three yearly master’s analysis exams will be offered on Saturday, 26 August 2017 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM.  If you are interested in participating, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu Previous analysis master’s exams may be obtained here.


     

  • AMC 8 Recognition Ceremony

    23rd Feb 2017 6:30:pm, at Joseph Smith Building Auditorium

    The AMC8 Recognition Ceremony is an evening to honor students who performed exceptionally on the AMC8 exam. Students with a score above an 11 are invited to attend. The event will be held on the 23rd of February in the Joseph Smith Building Auditorium (140 JSB). The ceremony will start at 6:30pm. Please arrive by at least 6pm to be seated. Please come dressed in business casual attire. Please RSVP RSVP as soon as possible. Thank you.


     

  • AMC 10/12 Exam

    15th Feb 2017 4:00:pm, at 1170 TMCB Provo Utah

    The AMC 10 and AMC 12 are 25-question, 75-minute multiple choice examinations in secondary school mathematics and contain problems which can be understood and solved with pre-calculus concepts. Calculators are not allowed. Brigham Young University will give the exams on the B date of the exam: Wednesday, February 15, 2016. The exam will be given in Room 1170 of the Talmage Building on BYU Campus. Arrive at 4:00 p.m. Exam starts at 4:15 p.m. and ends at 5:30 p.m. If...


     

  • Game Night

    8th Dec 2016 4:30:pm, at

    Join us in room 111 TMCB for some fun and games right after the Disney Careers in Math


     

  • Careers in Math: Facebook & Pixar Disney

    8th Dec 2016, at

    The BYU Math Department proudly welcomes speakers from Facebook and Pixar Disney as a part of BYU's Careers in Math lectures.


     

  • Careers in Math: Facebook & Pixar Disney

    17th Nov 2016, at

    The BYU Math Department proudly welcomes speakers from Facebook and Pixar Disney as a part of BYU's Careers in Math lectures.


     

  • High School Banquet

    16th Nov 2016 6:30:pm, at

    Every November, the math department hosts a recognition dinner for higher level high school mathematics students and teachers in Utah.


     

  • AMC8 Exam

    15th Nov 2016 4:00:pm, at B-092 JFSB

    The annual AMC8 exam will be held on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 from 4-6 PM in room B-092 JFSB. Please RSVP here.


     

  • Chris Chase Alumni Lecture

    13th Oct 2016 11:00:am, at

    Chris Chase to Explain Internet Traffic at the 2016 BYU Honored Alumni Lecture


     

  • Graduate Open House

    29th Sep 2016 5:30:pm, at

    For Undergrad Math Majors Pizza Provided Explore Masters & PhD Options Meet with Faculty about their research Talk to Current Grad Students


     

  • To Be or Not To Be: Math Major Info Session

    22nd Sep 2016 5:00:pm, at 1170 TMCB Provo Utah

    Who: Anyone even slightly interested in switching to math What else: oh yeah, PIZZA is provided


     

  • Math Opening Social

    16th Sep 2016 6:00:pm, at

    Hot Dogs & Pizza provided Bring a side dish & friend! Kiwanis Park, Main Pavilion


     

  • Graduation

    22nd Apr 2016 12:00:pm, at Marriot Center


     

  • Undergraduate Recognition Banquet

    24th Mar 2016 6:30:pm, at

    The BYU Mathematics Department requests the honor of all math majors at the annual Undergraduate Recognition Banquet. The Undergraduate Recognition Banquet is held each year to recognize all students within the math major as well as those doing exceptionally well in their math classes. The banquet will be held on Thursday 24 March at 6:30 p.m. in room 2258 of the Harmon Conference Center. Each invited student will enjoy a free meal. If you would like to bring a guest, a...


     

  • PI DAY CELEBRATION!

    14th Mar 2016 12:00:pm, at Brigham Square


     

  • AMC8 Recognition Ceremony

    25th Feb 2016 6:30:pm, at

    The BYU Mathematics Department is pleased to invite you to a Math Recognition Program for the AMC 8 state high scorers. It will be held on February 25th at 6:30 pm in Joseph Smith Building Auditorium, on the south end of campus. There will be a program followed by an awards ceremony. Please limit guests to no more than 3, including the student. The dress is business casual. We look forward to seeing you there! If you have any further...


     

  • AMC8 Recognition Ceremony

    25th Feb 2016 6:30:pm, at Joseph Smith Building Auditorium

    The BYU Mathematics Department is pleased to invite you to a Math Recognition Program for the AMC 8 state high scorers. It will be held on February 25th at 6:30 pm in Joseph Smith Building Auditorium, on the south end of campus. There will be a program followed by an awards ceremony. Please limit guests to no more than 3, including the student. The dress is business casual. We look forward to seeing you there! If you have any further...


     

  • Colloquium–Paul Weingartner

    8th Dec 2015 4:00:pm, at 135 TMCB

    Title: Philosophical Problems and their Roots in Mathematics Abstract: The paper will defend the thesis that genuine philosophical problems have roots in the sciences or scientific approaches outside philosophy; and they are mutually connected and dependent on such problems. And if these roots are cut off the philosophical problems will become sterile, isolated and deceptive. Specifically in this paper I want to show concerning three important perennial philosophical problems that digging out their mathematical root(s) throws new light on the...


     

  • Focus on Math–Bloomberg

    19th Nov 2015 4:00:pm, at

    Refreshments will be served outside of 1170 TMCB at 3:45 p.m.


     

  • Careers in Math–Savage Award

    12th Nov 2015 4:00:pm, at

    Refreshments will be served outside of 1170 TMCB at 3:45 p.m.


     

  • High School Banquet

    11th Nov 2015 6:30:pm, at Hinckley Alumni and Visitor Center Assembly Hall

    **Please note that the date of the banquet has been changed from November 5th to November 11th!** Every November, the BYU Math Department hosts a recognition dinner for higher level high school mathematics students and teachers in the Utah area. The purpose of this banquet is to honor the outstanding students nominated by their mathematics teachers for high achievement in their math classes. We look forward to seeing you on November 11th! Students who have received an invitation from their...


     

  • Boot Camp for Master’s Exams

    17th Aug 2015 9:30:am, at

    The Boot Camp for assistance in preparing for the August master’s exams will be held August 17-25 (weekdays only). Currently the analysis class will be run by Skyler Simmons (9:30-11:30 in 112 TMCB), and the algebra prep class will be run by Rachel Webb (1-3 in 112 TMCB). Interested students should take the opportunity to review the master’s exams from previous years that are on the math department web page https://math.byu.edu/graduate/exams/. They will then be able to come prepared to participate...


     

  • Emeritus Faculty Banquet

    18th Jun 2015 6:00:pm, at

    Thursday, 18 June 2015 6:00 p.m. The Hinckley Alumni and Visitor’s Center East Conference Room   Please RSVP by June 5th at http://rsvp.byu.edu.   For questions, email events@mathematics.byu.edu


     

  • Finals Week Cookie Social

    13th Apr 2015 5:12:pm, at 294 TMCB

    Take a break from studying to come to the math department’s cookie social! It will be held on Thursday, April 16 from 2-4 pm in 294 TMCB.


     

  • CPMS Faculty Teaching and Learning Workshop

    4th Mar 2015 12:00:pm, at Hickley Center

    We are pleased to announce the next CPMS Faculty Teaching and Learning Lunch—jointly sponsored by the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences and the College of Technology and Engineering: Dr. Eric Mazur will present a lecture entitled, “Confessions of a Converted Lecturer.” Dr. Mazur’s abstract and bio may be found below. Dr. Mazur’s lecture will be held on Wednesday, 4 March, 2015, from 12:00 to 12:50 pm on the third floor of the Hinckley Building. Lunch will be provided; please...


     

  • Winter Opening Social

    16th Jan 2015 5:00:pm, at

    Kick off the new semester by connecting with your fellow math majors! We’ll have pizza, dessert, and games!  It will be in the Math Lab at 5:00 pm.


     

  • Dr. Tim Chartier mime presentation

    10th Dec 2014 5:00:pm, at 3108 TMCB

    Title: Mime-matics In Mime-matics, Tim and Tanya Chartier explore mathematical ideas through the art of mime. Whether creating an illusion of an invisible wall, wearing a mask covered with geometric shapes or pulling on an invisible rope, the Chartiers delve into mathematical concepts such as estimation, tiling, and infinity. Through Mime-matics, audiences encounter math through the entertaining style of performing artists who have performed in local, national and international settings.


     

  • New Major Orientation

    25th Sep 2014 5:30:pm, at

    All newly declared Math Majors are invited to New Major Orientation.  You’ll learn about how to succeed as a math major and ways to get involved.  Pizza will be provided! Located in room 1104 JKB


     

  • Problem Solving Club Meeting

    25th Sep 2014 5:00:pm, at 1170 TMCB

    Come and join us at the Problem Solving Club meeting! It should be a LOT of fun. The meeting will consist of a short presentation on problem solving methods. There will be a contest and prizes. Pizza will be served afterward. For more information, please contact Dr. Pace Nielsen at pace@math.byu.edu


     

  • Math Department Opening Social

    19th Sep 2014 6:00:pm, at

    Come to the Math Department Opening Social! It’s at Kiwanis Park this year at Pavilion 1, we’ll be providing J Dawgs and drinks, but please bring a side dish or dessert to share! Families are welcome!


     

  • Graduation Luncheon

    25th Apr 2014 12:00:am, at


     

  • CPMS Faculty Teaching Workshop

    17th Apr 2014 12:00:pm, at Hinckley Alumni and Visitor Center Assembly Hall

    Topic: Teaching Issues in Non-First Year Courses. Lunch will be provided; please RSVP (by Saturday, April 12th) using the following link so we know how many lunches to order: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1LpysTYMifkKYQWWy0n9EUUFyBCv2e_C_ZafGWDAOeK8/viewform We are looking forward to seeing you at the workshop. The CPMS Faculty Teaching and Learning Workshop committee Natalie Blades (Statistics), Doug Corey (Math Ed), Ron Harris (Geology), Paul Jenkins (Math), Jay McCarthy (Computer Science), Steve Turley (Physics), Steven Wood (Chemistry)


     

  • SAC Meeting

    9th Apr 2014 4:00:pm, at


     

  • Undergraduate Recognition Banquet – NEW LOCATION: THE WALL (Wilkinson Student Center basement)

    27th Mar 2014 6:30:pm, at


     

  • SAC Meeting

    26th Mar 2014 4:00:pm, at


     

  • Pi Day

    14th Mar 2014 12:00:pm, at


     

  • SAC Meeting

    12th Mar 2014 4:00:pm, at


     

  • SAC Meeting

    26th Feb 2014 4:00:pm, at


     

  • AMC8 Ceremony

    19th Feb 2014 6:30:pm, at BYU Wilkinson Center Ballroom


     

  • ACME10 and ACME12 Exams

    19th Feb 2014 3:30:pm, at 2107 JKB

    The AMC 10 and AMC 12 are 25 question, 75 minute multiple choice examinations in secondary school mathematics containing problems which can be understood and solved with pre-calculus concepts. Calculators are not allowed. Brigham Young University will give the exams on the B date of Wednesday, February 19, 2014. The exam will be given in Room 2107 Jesse Knight Building. Arrive at 3:15 p.m. Exam starts at 3:30 p.m. and ends at 4:45 p.m. If you have any further questions,...


     

  • SAC Meeting

    12th Feb 2014 4:00:pm, at


     

  • BYU Math Alumni Lecture – Lisa Norton

    10th Feb 2014 4:00:pm, at 1170 TMCB

    Lisa Norton, a graduate of the BYU Department of Mathematics and the BYU Law School, is a patent lawyer and adjunct professor of patent law at George Mason University. She has served as a member of the US Department of Commerce’s Patent Public Advisory Committee and as a policy advisor to the US Senate. Ms. Norton currently focuses her practice on patent issues related to computer hardware and software, including medical software. A question and answer session will be held...


     

  • SAC Meeting

    29th Jan 2014 4:00:pm, at

    Help plan Pi Day!


     

  • Winter Social

    17th Jan 2014 6:30:pm, at

    Kick off the new semester by connecting with your fellow math majors! Pizza, prizes and games!


     

  • Putnam Practice Exam in the Testing Center

    22nd Nov 2013 8:00:am, at Testing Center

    All undergrads are welcome to take the Putnam Competition Practice Exam, available in the testing center on the following weekends: September 13-14 September 27-28 October 11-12 October 25-26 November 8-9 November 22-23 Challenge yourself by taking the exam in preparation for the competition, taking place on December 7, 2013.  All students who participate in the practice exams will receive a $10 award, and more for those who do well.  Just ask for the “Putnam Practice Exam” at the testing center....


     

  • Putnam Practice Exam in the Testing Center

    16th Nov 2013 10:00:am, at

    All undergrads are welcome to take the Putnam Competition Practice Exam, available in the testing center on the following weekends: September 13-14 September 27-28 October 11-12 October 25-26 November 8-9 November 22-23 Challenge yourself by taking the exam in preparation for the competition, taking place on December 7, 2013.  All students who participate in the practice exams will receive a $10 award, and more for those who do well.  Just ask for the “Putnam Practice Exam” at the testing center....


     

  • Problem Solving Club

    14th Nov 2013 5:00:pm, at


     

  • Women in Math Meeting

    13th Nov 2013 5:00:pm, at

    Outside speaker: someone from outside the university will come speak about how they use math in their career. Location: 1170 TMCB


     

  • Intermountain Mathematics Competition

    9th Nov 2013 8:45:am, at 111 TMCB

    The IMC is comparable to a mini-Putnam competition.  It’s a great opportunity to practice problem-solving and possibly win cash and prizes.  We mustn’t let the U of U defeat us!  And you can help. No sign-up is necessary, and you don’t need to be a math major.  All you need to do is show up in rooms 111 & 112 TMCB.  The test will be administered from 9am to noon.  A free breakfast will be arriving at 8:30am, so come early if you want...


     

  • Putnam Practice Exam in the Testing Center

    8th Nov 2013 8:00:am, at Testing Center

    All undergrads are welcome to take the Putnam Competition Practice Exam, available in the testing center on the following weekends: September 13-14 September 27-28 October 11-12 October 25-26 November 8-9 November 22-23 Challenge yourself by taking the exam in preparation for the competition, taking place on December 7, 2013.  All students who participate in the practice exams will receive a $10 award, and more for those who do well.  Just ask for the “Putnam Practice Exam” at the testing center....


     

  • Putnam Practice Exam in the Testing Center

    26th Oct 2013 10:00:am, at

    All undergrads are welcome to take the Putnam Competition Practice Exam, available in the testing center on the following weekends: September 13-14 September 27-28 October 11-12 October 25-26 November 8-9 November 22-23 Challenge yourself by taking the exam in preparation for the competition, taking place on December 7, 2013.  All students who participate in the practice exams will receive a $10 award, and more for those who do well.  Just ask for the “Putnam Practice Exam” at the testing center....


     

  • Putnam Practice Exam in the Testing Center

    25th Oct 2013 8:00:am, at Testing Center

    All undergrads are welcome to take the Putnam Competition Practice Exam, available in the testing center on the following weekends: September 13-14 September 27-28 October 11-12 October 25-26 November 8-9 November 22-23 Challenge yourself by taking the exam in preparation for the competition, taking place on December 7, 2013.  All students who participate in the practice exams will receive a $10 award, and more for those who do well.  Just ask for the “Putnam Practice Exam” at the testing center....


     

  • Women in Math Meeting

    23rd Oct 2013 5:00:pm, at

    Come find out what you can do in the summer time! Girls who had internships, research assistantships, and other jobs will share what they did and what they learned through their experience.


     

  • “To Be or Not To Be” a Math Major/Minor Pizza Social

    17th Oct 2013 5:30:pm, at 1170 TMCB

    Choosing a major is tough.  BYU’s wide variety of options can be a bit overwhelming, and gathering information on each one can feel virtually impossible. The Math Department wants to do everything possible to make this selection process easier for students.  If you have ever had any interest in mathematics, or maybe you just did really well in a math class, you are invited to attend an info session about the Mathematics degree on Thursday, October 17.  The meeting is intended...


     

  • Alumni Tailgate Party

    12th Oct 2013 11:30:am, at 275 TMCB


     

  • Putnam Practice Exam in the Testing Center

    11th Oct 2013 8:00:am, at Testing Center

    All undergrads are welcome to take the Putnam Competition Practice Exam, available in the testing center on the following weekends: September 13-14 September 27-28 October 11-12 October 25-26 November 8-9 November 22-23 Challenge yourself by taking the exam in preparation for the competition, taking place on December 7, 2013.  All students who participate in the practice exams will receive a $10 award, and more for those who do well.  Just ask for the “Putnam Practice Exam” at the testing center....


     

  • Women in Math Meeting

    9th Oct 2013 5:00:pm, at

    Math Olympics! Come put your math skills to the test with our fun math games. Location: 1170 TMCB


     

  • Putnam Practice Exam in the Testing Center

    5th Oct 2013 10:00:am, at

    All undergrads are welcome to take the Putnam Competition Practice Exam, available in the testing center on the following weekends: September 13-14 September 27-28 October 11-12 October 25-26 November 8-9 November 22-23 Challenge yourself by taking the exam in preparation for the competition, taking place on December 7, 2013.  All students who participate in the practice exams will receive a $10 award, and more for those who do well.  Just ask for the “Putnam Practice Exam” at the testing center....


     

  • Graduate Open House

    3rd Oct 2013 5:30:pm, at


     

  • Putnam Practice Exam in the Testing Center

    27th Sep 2013 8:00:am, at Testing Center

    All undergrads are welcome to take the Putnam Competition Practice Exam, available in the testing center on the following weekends: September 13-14 September 27-28 October 11-12 October 25-26 November 8-9 November 22-23 Challenge yourself by taking the exam in preparation for the competition, taking place on December 7, 2013.  All students who participate in the practice exams will receive a $10 award, and more for those who do well.  Just ask for the “Putnam Practice Exam” at the testing center....


     

  • Problem Solving Club

    26th Sep 2013 5:00:pm, at

    Learn new problem solving methods, win prizes, and eat pizza! For more information, contact Dr. Nielsen at pace@math.byu.edu.


     

  • Women in Math Meeting

    25th Sep 2013 5:00:pm, at

    Thinking about graduate school? Learn about graduate school opportunities for math majors and other technical fields. We’ll have faculty and students talk about their experience in graduate school and how to prepare to apply. Location: 1170 TMCB


     

  • SAC Meeting

    24th Sep 2013 5:30:pm, at 294 TMCB

    We’ll be watching an episode of “Numbers” and having a planning meeting for the Winter Expo.  Come and bring friends!


     

  • SACME Meeting

    17th Sep 2013 5:30:pm, at 294 TMCB


     

  • Putnam Practice Exam in the Testing Center

    14th Sep 2013 10:00:am, at

    All undergrads are welcome to take the Putnam Competition Practice Exam, available in the testing center on the following weekends: September 13-14 September 27-28 October 11-12 October 25-26 November 8-9 November 22-23 Challenge yourself by taking the exam in preparation for the competition, taking place on December 7, 2013.  All students who participate in the practice exams will receive a $10 award, and more for those who do well.  Just ask for the “Putnam Practice Exam” at the testing center....


     

  • Putnam Practice Exam in the Testing Center

    13th Sep 2013 8:00:am, at Testing Center

    All undergrads are welcome to take the Putnam Competition Practice Exam, available in the testing center on the following weekends: September 13-14 September 27-28 October 11-12 October 25-26 November 8-9 November 22-23 Challenge yourself by taking the exam in preparation for the competition, taking place on December 7, 2013.  All students who participate in the practice exams will receive a $10 award, and more for those who do well.  Just ask for the “Putnam Practice Exam” at the testing center....


     

  • Women in Math Meeting

    11th Sep 2013 5:00:pm, at

    Come learn what Women in Math Club is all about! Get to know other women with an appreciation for math and learn how to get involved with the club. Free pizza will be provided!   Location: 1170 TMCB


     

  • First SAC Meeting

    10th Sep 2013 5:30:pm, at

    Free pizza! Location: 294 TMCB


     

  • Master’s Exam Boot Camp

    19th Aug 2013 10:00:am, at

    If you need assistance preparing to take the upcoming algebra and/or analysis master’s exams, we are offering a Boot Camp to help! The camp will be August 19-27 (not including Saturday and Sunday) from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM. The analysis prep will be in room 108 TMCB and the algebra in room 112 TMCB. The dates for the exams are as follows: Algebra exam: Saturday, 31 August 2013, 9-1 in 301 TMCB. Analysis exam: Monday, 2 September 2013, 9-1 in...


     

  • August 2013 Graduation Luncheon

    16th Aug 2013 9:29:pm, at

    The BYU Mathematics Department will be hosting the August 2013 Graduation Luncheon on Friday, August 16th immediately following Convocation on the 3rd floor of the Hinckley Alumni and Visitor’s Center. Those invited may bring their families, but should RSVP at rsvp.byu.edu to indicate how many people they plan to bring. For further questions, please contact Kalli Renda by email to events@math.byu.edu or by phone at (801) 422-2825.


     

  • August 2013 College Convocation for Graduation

    1st Aug 2013 9:35:pm, at

    College Convocation will commence at 8:00 am in the Wilkinson Center Ballroom on August . Graduates should line up no later than 7:00 am in the Wilkinson Center Garden Court for a picture that will be taken at 7:30 am.


     

  • Emeritus Faculty Banquet

    13th Jun 2013 6:00:pm, at Hinckley Alumni and Visitor's Center, East Conference Room

    A night of food and visiting with our wonderful emeritus faculty. Bring a guest, we are excited to see you there! Please RSVP at rsvp.byu.edu by June 3, 2013  


     

  • Problem Solving Club

    17th May 2013 3:55:pm, at


     

  • Focus on Math: Kenneth Golden (University of Utah)

    28th Mar 2013 4:00:pm, at

    Title: Mathematics and the melting polar ice caps Speaker Information: In September of 2012, the area of the Arctic Ocean covered by sea ice reached its lowest level ever recorded in more than three decades of satellite measurements. In fact, compared to the 1980s and 1990s, this represents a loss of more than half of the summer Arctic sea ice pack. While global climate models generally predict sea ice declines over the 21st century, the precipitous losses observed so far have significantly...


     

  • Pi Day

    14th Mar 2013 12:00:pm, at Brigham Square


     

  • 27th Annual Student Research Conference

    9th Mar 2013 8:00:am, at

    The 27th Annual Student Research Conference will be held on Saturday, 9 March 2013 beginning at 8:00 AM in the Jesse Knight Building.   Abstract deadline is midnight, Friday, 15 February 2013. To submit abstracts, visit src.byu.edu and follow the link.   All CPMS students, including graduate students, are encouraged to participate in this conference. This is a great way to present your research and see the research of fellow students.


     

  • Integration Bee

    8th Mar 2013 4:00:pm, at

    Tshirts, prizes, & refreshments provided. To sign up, please send an email to marketing@math.byu.edu. Deadline for sign-ups is March 6th.