Math Advising Dinner!

Date: 

Thursday, December 3, 2015, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Location: 

To be announced to participants

Do you like math? Are you interested in doing more math in the future? Are you wondering where does math fit in with other concentrations, or what it would be like to become a math concentrator -- and a mathematician? Are you wondering whether math is a right fit for you?

If so, you are invited to register to attend a catered dinner with a few math faculty and other students with similar questions. We are especially keen on inviting students who might not otherwise reach out to us. So please consider coming if anything in the first paragraph feels true to you. We would love to meet you and together discuss math, courses, careers and more!

There should be about 5-6 faculty (see below for a tentative list), and 10-12 students like you. This dinner will be Thursday December 3rd at 6pm -- the last day of classes, so a great way to celebrate. Sounds interesting? Please fill out this form

https://docs.google.com/a/g.harvard.edu/forms/d/1ambeK1OT0WlyYj89lfZFbwRyVv-IvYyO8UinT7ZLBgM/viewform

by Monday November 30, 5pm. We will be in touch if you are selected (space is limited). Please also fill out the form if you are interested in such events but cannot make this particular date. If there is enough interest, we will try to have more of these!

I sincerely hope you can join us, if you are curious to meet mathematicians here at Harvard!

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Tentative list of faculty members who will attend:

Rosalie Bélanger-Rioux, Preceptor and Assistant to the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Math 1b and Math 21b TF, http://scholar.harvard.edu/rbr/home

Will Boney, Benjamin Pierce Fellow, Math 21a TF, http://www.math.harvard.edu/~wboney/

Mboyo Esole, Benjamin Pierce Fellow, Instructor for Math 101, http://www.math.harvard.edu/~esole/

Brendan Kelly, Preceptor, Math Ma course head and instructor for Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar

Hiro Tanaka, Benjamin Pierce Fellow, Instructor for Math 230a, http://math.harvard.edu/~hirolee/