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Undergraduate Events

For all undergraduate events click here.

Job advertisement for 2020

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Special exhibit

There is an exhibit on ``Seeing Science" starting September 20 in the special exhibit part of the Science center. See also this Harvard Magazine article.

Course Catalog

Courses can be searched on the Course catalog. The local course page contains also the Masthead for Fall 2019/2020 already. A fetched PDF of the catalog can be seen also rendered on the local course page.

Information about upper level course assistants is as usual on the upperlevel CA page. There is already an Upperlevel CA lineup for the Spring of 2020.


The events are listed on the new page.
Next Math event:
02/26/2020 What does Math mean to you, by Beckman Myers. More ... mathtable talk
See also the Undergraduate events page.

Putnam 2019 Results

Please join to congratulate the Harvard's team for finishing second place in this year's Putnam competition. Harvard ranked second among the 570 participating institutions and Laura Pierson was named an Elizabeth Lowell Putnam Prize Winner, an award honoring the top-performing woman in the competition. As the second-place team, Harvard receives an award of ,000 and each member of the team receives . Laura Pierson will also receive ,000 for her performance. See the putnam page. Results

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News and Announcements

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Alice T. Schafer prizes

Natlia Pacheco-Tallaj
Congratulations to Natalia Pacheco-Tallaj, Harvard Undergraduate, who was recently awarded the Alice T. Schafer Prize for best woman undergraduate The prize was awarded at the AMS meeting in January. Congratulations!

Goss Prize 2019

Congratulations to Alex Smith (a graduate student of the mathematics department) for winning the first David Goss prize in mathematics.

CDM 2019

Youtube videos of the CDM 2019 conference are here.

Talks on Youtube

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