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Research by Undergraduates in Mathematics Boston University Symposium: RUMBUS 2007

Devoted to the research of undergraduates, this annual Symposium is scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 10, 2007. The Symposium is a forum for area undergraduates to come together and share their research in a poster session in addition to learning from an outstanding keynote speaker (click on this power-point slide; for MAA press coverage click here). Audience at any mathematical level, school students and teachers, college concentrators regardless of their major, postgraduates, faculty, and the interested public, is very welcome and is expected to be able to enjoy the presentations and discussions: Mathematics is the Lingua Franca of the 21st Century!

REGISTER NOW! (just click here) Registration is free but necessary to plan for breakfast, lunch and afternoon receptions.

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT! (please click here to find instructions) Students who wish to present a poster are welcome to submit an abstract by November 2, 2007. A Proceedings booklet will include the accepted abstracts, as well as contributed research submitted by students who may be unable to attend.

Please click on the menu bars at the top of this page to see details about schedule, abstract submission, location, and our poster.

For more information about the event, please contact the Symposium organizer, Emma Previato, at ep@bu.edu

Please bookmark this page http://math.bu.edu/people/ep/RUMBUS07, lots of updates are in the works. Here is a majordomo address for you to subscribe to and receive the RUMBUS News!

This program is an MAA NSF-RUMC sponsored activity. Partial support under NSF Grant DMS-0536991 is gratefully acknowledged. As well, we are proud of and grateful for the support of Boston University's Student Activities Office granted to the BU Chapter of the Mathematical Association of America, via the Undergraduate Student Fee. As always, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Boston University generously contributes tangible and intangible support. Thank You!