Chris Heitmann gave another great EPaDel presentation and Elizabeth Abt-Fraioli followed up with an original poster at the CST Undergraduate Research Symposium. Pictures of the Temple crew at EPaDel are below.
Temple undergraduates Chris Heitmann, Gonghui Lin, Joe Trachtman, and Tasnia Kader gave well-received presentations at EPaDel Spring '23 at Penn State Brandywine.
Congratulations to Temple Students Liz Abt-Fraioli, Brandon Calia, Chris Heitmann, and Dean Quach for their well-received presentations to the Philadelphia Undergraduate Mathematics Conference of 2023. Nice work!
And many thanks to advisers, organizers, and alumni panelists.
We hosted Math Bootcamp again in 2022. The pictures here include some future Temple Math Owls. Organized by Maria Lorenz, Cathy Michini (Girls' High), and Irina Mitrea, the event included contributions from undergrads Samara Carlough, Rebekah Lilliendahl, and Tommy Pham.
Philadelphia hosted Mathfest 2022 and Temple University was represented in part by excellent posters from Brandon Calia and Julianna Sims (pictured with adviser Jeromy Sivek)
The Math Department was well represented at the CST Undergraduate Research Symposium. Talks were given by Ben Aron and Julianna Sims. Posters were presented by Jessica Radford and Rachel Small.
Beloved teacher Nina Edelman danced into retirement (pictured here with Dan Edelman) in Fall 2021.
Temple's Math Club meets weekly for presentations, games, problems, or whatever else mixes math and fun. The picture below is from Fall 2019.
Members of the class of 2019 include those pictured here. Temple Grads that year went into many interesting roles in academics and industry.
We hosted the meeting of the Philadelphia Undergraduate Mathematics Conference at Temple in Spring 2019. Presenestations included those from Professor Sam Taylor as well as Temple students Eric Albers, Zachary Cline, Joe Franks, Phong Ha, Sarah Hafer, Aiden Lorenz, and Kat Osadchuk.
Math students receiving prestigious awards in 2018 included Diamond Awards for Sarah Connahan and Sujay Rajkumar Phi Beta Kappa induction for Phong Ha, Kat Osadchuk, Eric Albers, and Aidan Lorenz.
Members of the class of 2018 include those pictured here. We celebrate our graduates and look forward to hearing about their interesting next steps.
We hosted the EPaDel section meeting of the Mathematical Association of America. The event included a poster from Victorya Richardson (below) and contributed talks from Eric Albers, Aidan Lorenz, Terrell Nowlin, Sujay Rajkumar, and Matthew Wynne.
Our chapter of the Association of Women in Mathematics has been active for years. For more information, please click here.