Undergraduate Events page
The Undergraduate Events Committee oversees, organizes, and advertises
mathrelated talks and events put on the department and student math organizations.
We aim to engage the undergraduate math community outside the classroom and
create a welcoming and inclusive environment in the department,
particularly for underrepresented groups in math.
On this page, we link to some events or event series which take place
at the Harvard Math department and near by. To advertise an event
on the main page please email ``webmaster at math dot harvard dot edu".
To advertise a talk at the seminar page please email
"seminars at math dot harvard dot edu". The current committee members are:
Math Memos
Monthly Math Memos:
Math Table
The Math Table:
is a colloquium for undergraduate speakers with dinner provided
(every other Wednesday, 5:30pm, in SC 507).
Open Neighborhood Seminar
The Open Neighborhood Seminar:
is a colloquium with talks accessible to undergraduates
(every other Wednesday, 4:30pm, SC 507).
The next talk takes place on September 3, 2019 at 5:30 PM (dinner provided).
See Archive of older talks.
Math Nights
The Math Night
is a weekly dropin study session with snacks
(Mondays, 8pm, Leverett Dining Hall).
Why Do Math?
Why Do Math?
is an invited speaker series with talks for a general audience
(held about once per semester).
Student organizations
Older events

