20th Annual RHIT Undergraduate Mathematics Conference: March 21st and 22nd, 2003

Call for Papers

Undergraduates are encouraged to submit abstracts of papers in any
area of the mathematical sciences. Faculty are
encouraged to suggest to their students that the undergraduate mathematics
conference at Rose-Hulman would be an appropriate place to present a topic
on any mathematical topic of interest to the student. In order
to celebrate mathematics done by undergraduates, all of the talks at the
conference, with the exception of our invited talks, will be given by undergraduate
students.

The twenty minute presentations (please see
SPEAKER
GUIDELINES) could include (but are not limited to) topics from algebra,
calculus, geometry, history of mathematics, graph theory, mathematical
modeling or any other topics in mathematics. Please look at the Conference History to see the titles and abstracts of
previous talks. There is no registration fee for those students presenting talks
and free housing will be provided for all students
attending the conference.

We are also requesting that each presenter have a faculty
sponsor. Students wishing to present a talk should
electronically mail the title, a brief abstract, and the sponsor's name
to

no later than Thursday, March 6, 2003. When making a submission, please include
any requests for special equipment. Each room will have
an overhead projector and whiteboards.