VIGRE II: Vertical Integration of Research and Education
Department of Mathematics -- University of Georgia
The VIGRE Seminar is designed to present talks from speakers at UGA and from other institutions which are accessible to graduate students and advanced undergraduates. Talks in the past have ranged from Aaron Abrams' talk "Can you title a square with an odd number of triangles?", Dan Margalit's "Introduction to moduli spaces", Bobbe Cooper's "Tips for surviving graduate school", to Scott Dougan's "Pattern Formation in Developmental Biology".
This year the seminar is organized by postdoctoral fellow Chris Drupieski. Please let him know if you have any suggestions for speakers for the seminar.
The VIGRE Graduate Student Seminar takes place Tuesdays from 2:00-3:00 pm, in the Boyd Graduate Research Center, Room 303.
Seminar Schedule for 2011-12
Click here to view the current VIGRE Seminar Schedule.
Click here to visit listings of VIGRE Seminars from Fall 2001 through Spring 2010.