About

Spring 2014 Officers

  • Alexandra Singer - President<>

  • Felix Moody - Vice President

  • Jamiee Foster - Diversity Chair

  • Taher Dahleh - Treasurer

  • Elizabeth Campolongo - Secretary

  • Jake Miller <> - Webmaster

Fall 2013 Officers

  • Alexandra Singer - President<>

  • Jamiee Foster - Diversity Chair

  • Taher Dahleh - Treasurer

  • Elizabeth Campolongo - Secretary

  • Jake Miller <> - Webmaster

Spring 2013 Officers

  • James Moody - President

  • John Yoon <> - Vice President

  • Jamiee Foster - Diversity Chair

  • Alexandra Singer - Secretary

  • John Chiarelli - Treasurer

  • Jake Miller <> - Webmaster

Fall 2012 Officers

  • James Moody - President

  • John Yoon <> - Vice President

  • Alexandra Singer - Secretary

  • John Chiarelli - Treasurer

  • Carolynn Vu - Diversity Chair

  • Jake Miller <> - Webmaster

Spring 2012 Officers

  • Xiaowei Wang <> - President

  • John Yoon <>- Secretary

  • Josh Chen <> - Treasurer

  • James Moody- Vice President

  • Jake Miller <> - Webmaster

Fall 2011 Officers

  • Xiaowei Wang <> - President

  • John Yoon <> - Secretary

  • Josh Chen <> - Treasurer

  • Allison Chiu <> - Vice President

  • Jake Miller <> - Webmaster

Our Activities

NYU Mathematics Society Facebook

Facebook Page>

We provide our members with extensive sources of interaction with mathematics, and it is a great way to meet your fellow peers.

Faculty Colloquia

We hold informal colloquia most Thursdays which vary from philosophical mathematical topics to applied mathematics where Courant Institute Professors / PhD students present their research. These events are great opportunities to learn about the different branches of mathematics, to know the Courant faculty, and to prepare for your own research.

Math-themed Events

We hold special math-themed events and make excursions to conferences and symposia near the New York City area. We organize various events such as trips in and out of the New York area, including Brown SUMS; and festive meetings, such as NYU Annual Pi Day Party and math-themed Movie / Game Night. Please see our Events section for more details on our past colloquia and events.

Math Lounge (Currently in limb0)

Most mathematics is learned outside the classroom. We provide an environment that both stimulates learning and directs it. Everyone is welcome to visit the Math Lounge in Room 1103, Warren Weaver Hall (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences). It is a great place to study and socialize. There are two computers with internet access, a printer, Ethernet cables for Notebooks/Netbooks to access the internet, a couch, and a blackboard for discussions about math or justabout everything else. Google Map of Warren Weaver Hall, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

National Public Radio: Bryant Park Project

We are on the National Public Radio as part of the Bryant Park Project. Check us out at the following link: NYY Mathematics Society: Bryant Park Project Click Listen Now for NYU Pi Day Party audio clips. We start in the middle.