Welcome to the new academic year!

**If you are a student interested in mathematics, you are invited to our Math Club**

The Undergraduate Math Club at University of Virginia is a weekly seminar and a club for students interested in mathematics and related areas. The regular meeting times (with *pizza*) of the Club are on Tuesdays at 5pm. An up-to-date calendar of meetings is here.

**The first meeting is on Tuesday, September 5, at 5pm in Kerchof 314 (math lounge). Pizza is provided**

*If you want to join the Math Club mailing list (announcing weekly meetings and occasionally sending other interesting information), email Andrew Obus
or Sara Maloni
*

The Math Club is a students’ space having an official UVA CIO status (a student-lead organization). This provides the Club with a student managing board which helps plan and organize events. Andrew Obus and Sara Maloni are the faculty coordinators of the Club for the 2017-18 academic year.

The activities at the Math Club include, but are not limited to:

- talks by math faculty and graduate students, from the UVA Math Department, or visiting here
- math-related talks by people from other UVA departments (for example, Physics or Philosophy)
- presentations by local math-related industry companies
- presentations by undergraduate students on their research projects, activities, or something they find interesting
- panel discussions (for example, on REUs, or on careers for math majors)
- outside trips (such as to a math-related movie, or to the UVA 3D printing lab)
- organization of MMATHS, a nation-wide competition for high school students co-hosted at UVA

You can check out past Math Club activities at its page `http://math.virginia.edu/seminars/mathclub/`

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The Math Club is always open to ideas of other activities - please come to the first meeting (Tuesday, September 5, at 5pm in Kerchof 314 - math lounge), and suggest an activity!