Cameron University will host the 11th Annual Texas/Oklahoma Regional Undergraduate Symposium (TORUS) on Saturday, February 25 in Room 100 of the Sciences Complex. The day-long event provides an opportunity for Texas and Oklahoma undergraduate students in the field of mathematics to present their research in a formal setting. For more information and to register, go to http://homepages.se.edu/torus. There is no charge to attend; registration is required.
Undergraduate student presentations will cover all areas of mathematics, including pure mathematics, applied mathematics, history of mathematics, mathematics education, probability, and statistics. Talks will be 12-15 minutes long with time allowed for questions.
In addition to student presentations, the symposium will feature a Math Jeopardy competition, a panel discussion focusing on careers in mathematics, and a keynote presentation by Dr. Bruce N. Lundberg, Chair/Professor, Department of Mathematics and Physics, Colorado State University – Pueblo. He will address “Adventures in Applying Mathematics: People, Problems, and Profit”.
This is the fourth time that Cameron has been selected to host the annual event.
February 20, 2017