SMART Fridays

SMART Friday attendees wear owl masks at a talk about owls and computational neuroscience

S.M.A.R.T. Fridays are a series of informal student-led talks and discussions about current research work being done by math students here at Seattle University. They are generally held once a month during the school year. These talks are a great opportunity to find out about the variety of research opportunities in math that are available to students at Seattle U., as well as providing a chance to learn about topics beyond what you might find in the classroom. Posters announcing the speakers and locations will be distributed around the department.

Please contact the organizer for more details and the location of the next S.M.A.R.T. Friday: Dr. McLean Slougther at sloughtj@seattleu.edu