national association of mathematicians
NAM Undergraduate MATHFest
NAM's Undergraduate MATHFest is a three-day meeting, typically Friday through Sunday in the Fall, which rotates around the country based on NAM's regional structure. It is held annually to encourage students to pursue advanced degrees in mathematics and mathematics education. The conference is geared for undergraduates from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), although all are welcome to attend.
The conference consists of five components:
Which mathfest came first?
NAM's Undergraduate MATHFest began in 1991, and it inspired other similar undergraduate-focused conferences over the years.
Archive of Past NAM MATHFest Events