Thanks again for everyone for coming out to the research symposium last Monday, it was a ton of fun and it was a great way to kick off the semester.
Also many thanks to those who presented their research (Andre Wei, Arthur Diep-Nguyen, Chris Ratigan, and Champ Davis a.k.a. Me).
At the beginning of the event, we also talked about how to get involved with undergraduate research. If you are interested, a great way to get started is to first talk to your current math professor. You can also talk to either Professor Fedorchuk or Professor Keane. Another great starting point is to visit this page on the BC math website. Most people at BC do either an REU at a different school (usually funded by the NSF) or stay at BC and do a URF– hopefully I can make a more in depth post about undergrad research, but for now this is all I have to say.
Finally, we have many more exciting events planned for this summer, so stay tuned! (also hopefully many more exciting blog posts)