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TROY MathFest set for April 14-15

The 16th annual conference will include a poster presentation session for students, graduate school information sessions and a Calculus competition.

The 16th annual conference will include a poster presentation session for students, graduate school information sessions and a Calculus competition.

Troy University’s Department of Mathematics will present the 16th annual TROY MathFest, a free conference that enables undergraduate students to share their research, on April 14-15 at the Troy Campus with a component that will also be offered virtually.

Highlights of the conference, which begins at 4 p.m. on Friday and continues from 8 a.m….

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Annual MathFest set for this weekend on Troy Campus

TROY MathFest, which will be held in Hawkins Hall, provides undergraduate students the opportunity to share their research.

TROY MathFest, which will be held in Hawkins Hall, provides undergraduate students the opportunity to share their research.

Troy University’s Department of Mathematics will present the 12th annual TROY MathFest, a conference that enables undergraduate students to share their research, on April 6-7 on the Troy Campus.

The event, which will take place in Hawkins Hall, is made possible through the support of the National Science Foundation, Pi Mu Epsilon national mathematics honor…

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Troy University to host 11th annual MathFest on Saturday, April 8

Dr. Vitaly Voloshin, professor of mathematics and a pioneer in Mixed Hypergraph Coloring, will deliver the keynote address at TROY's MathFest.

Dr. Vitaly Voloshin, professor of mathematics and a pioneer in Mixed Hypergraph Coloring, will deliver the keynote address at TROY's MathFest.

Troy University’s Department of Mathematics will present the 11th annual TROY MathFest, a one-day conference for undergraduate students to share their research, on Saturday, April 8 in Bibb Graves Hall on the Troy Campus.

The event, which will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., is supported from a grant from Pi Mu Epsilon,…

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