DATE: Thursday, April 25th at 2:15pm

WHERE: Sally 335

BY: Rey Anaya, Tatianna Machado, Peter Gingrich

We will explore the game of Cops and Robbers on Petersen Graphs by tryng to find the minimal number of cops needed to guarantee the robber's capture. We seek to find a pattern in the minimum amount of cops needed across many variations of Petersen Graphs.

TITLE: **Thick, thin, and 'sick' blood: insights from mathematical modeling**

By: Dr. Erica Graham, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College

The Math Society is having a celebration for Pi Day!

Come learn what it takes to become a Mathematics major/minor and enjoy some refreshments and games with the Math Society.

3.14.19

3pm - 5pm

3rd floor Sally - lounge and Conference room

The Math Society presents:

**A Look at M.C. Escher**

by Emily Bolger

Come learn about M. C. Escher and how this influential artist has made a powerful impact in the math world! We will discuss who Escher was, his inspirations, his most famous paintings, and why mathematicians like to talk about him. We will even discuss Math Society's trip to the M.C. Escher exhibit earlier this semester!

Join us on February 26, 2019 at 3:15pm

Sally 335 - 3rd Floor Conference Room

Epsilion Talk by Steven Berger

February 21, 2019

4pm at Sally 335 - 3rd floor Conference room

Clever Problem Solving is not only the work of geniuses; it is

what mathematicians do on a daily basis. It involves

synthesizing multiple tools, properties, and theorems in order to

solve a mathematical question. In this talk, we will apply clever

problem solving to two geometric questions in order to gain a

deeper understanding of both geometry and problem solving.

Moravian College Student Mathematics Conference Saturday February 23, 2019 A chance for undergraduates to present work to their peers! Student research projects | Field studies Honors projects Unusual mathematical topics Internships | Class projects Interesting problems | Applications of mathematics Keynote Speaker: Dr. Margaret Robinson Mount Holyoke College Two Ways to Count Solutions to Polynomial Equations Abstract: In this talk we will focus on two ways to count solutions to polynomial equations: solutions in finite fields and solutions modulo powers of a prime.

On Saturday Jan. 26th, the Math Society took a trip into NYC to visit the Escher exhibit. Here’s what some of the students have to say!

“My favorite part of the trip was spending time with my friends in an exciting place that was quite new to me. I enjoyed the exhibit, especially the prints made from patterns carved in wood. Metamorphosis II was my favorite of these prints.”