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Math Graduate Programs Expo

November 2, 2018

LBJ Student Center


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The Department of Mathematics invites you to experience the amazing opportunities that Texas State has to offer.

  • Meet current graduate students and faculty
  • Learn about the program curriculum
  • Discuss research opportunities
  • Discover areas of interest
  • Ask questions during the graduate student panel discussion
  • Apply for Graduate Assistantships
    • Doctoral: $27,820
    • Masters: $14,514
  • Poster presentation and competitions

Rapid Fire Research

This is a competition for undergraduate math research.  The presentations should be no more than 4 minutes, no more than 5 slides and abstracts should be no more than 256 words.
 


RAPID FIRE FAQ

Judges Choice:  Hayley Boynton, Texas State University
On the Classification of Graphs Based on Their Rank Numbers


Peoples Choice:  Paul Devlin (Matt Halom and Ishfaq Ahmad), University of Dallas
Combining Generic and Supervised Feature Sets to Improve Facial Recognition Accuracy

Math in the Picture Competition

Find or create a mathematical image and explain the mathematics contained within using no more than 256 words.
Middle school, High school and College level students are eligible with prizes in varying categories.


FAQ

Judges Choice:  Megan Farrell, Texas State University, Graduate Student


Judges Choice - Future Bobcat: Bemnet Sileshi, Cedar Park High School, 10th Grade


Peoples Choice: Valeria Malave, Lake Travis Middle School, 8th Grade