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Math at UMD


UMD Math Club



Welcome to the home page for the University of Minnesota Duluth's Math Club. The UMD Math Club is an organization primarily for undergraduate students majoring in Mathematics, Statistics, or Mathematics Education. Most events are either social or service events, providing an opportunity for students to get to know other students with an interest in mathematics in a setting outside the classroom.


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Fall 2008 Events
Spring 2009 Events
2008-2009 Math Club Officers
Past Years' Events
Contact Us



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Fall 2008 Events

  • Weekly meetings are in SCC 114 (Math club room) from 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm on Wednesdays

  • Thursday, Sept. 11 -- Math/Actuary club joint pizza party

  • Saturday, Dec. 6 -- William Lowell Putnam Exam



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Spring 2009 Events

  • Weekly meetings are in SCC 114 (Math club room) from 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm on Wednesdays

  • February 5-9 -- Mathematical Contest in Modeling -- One or two teams of three students each

  • Wednesday, February 11 -- MathCounts Competition

  • Thursday, February 26 -- Pi/e day

  • Wednesday, April 29 -- Department Picnic

  • Wednesday, May 6 -- Department Awards Banquet




2008-2009 Math Club Officers


Aaron Potvien - President
Jeff Anderson - Vice President
Brian Christner - Secretary
Ashley Epperly - Treasurer



Bruce Peckham - Faculty Advisor


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Past Years' Events

List for 2004-2005 Events
List for 2005-2006 Events
List for 2006-2007 Events
List for 2007-2008 Events


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Contact Us

Please contact Aaron Potvien (potvi010@d.umn.edu) or Bruce Peckham (bpeckham@d.umn.edu) if you have any questions about the Math Club.

Contact Professor John Greene (jgreene@d.umn.edu) for information about the Putnam Exam, a national mathematics competition held each year in December.


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