Student Resources

Building a Quality Presentation

When you are preparing a talk, especially for the first time, you will undoubtedly have many questions about how best to prepare. Joseph A. Gallian published an article in Math Horizons, which contains advice on planning and polishing a math talk. According to Gallian, "The ability to do a PowerPoint presentation well is a valuable skill that many students will find useful in connection with their academic work and employment." Click this link to view Joseph Gallian's article.

MURACE at Georgia College & State University

Students looking for resources while conducting undergraduate research at Georgia College should visit the MURACE (Mentored Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors) website. Click this link to view the MURACE website. There you will find information about the GC Undergraduate Research Conference, the Corinthian, an events calendar, information about summer research stipends, as well as student travel grants.


The Joint Mathematics Meetings of the American Mathematical Society will hold its next annual conference on January 8 - 11, 2025 in Seattle, WA. According to the AMS website, these meetings "are held annually for the purpose of advancing mathematical achievement, encouraging research, and to provide the communication necessary to progress in the field. These meetings serve to preserve, supplement, and utilize the results of the research of mathematicians throughout the world." Please see for more information.

The Southeastern Section of the Mathematical Association of America will hold its annual spring meeting on March 14 - 16, 2024 at the University of Tennessee - Knoxville. 

The Mathematical Association of America will hold its annual MathFest in Indianapolis, IN on August 7 - 10, 2024.

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs)

The National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program supports active research participation by undergraduate students in any of the areas of research funded by the NSF. REU projects involve students in meaningful ways in ongoing research programs or in research projects specifically designed for the REU program. An REU Site consists of a group of ten or so undergraduates who work in the research programs of the host institution. Each student is associated with a specific research project, where he/she works closely with the faculty and other researchers. Students are granted stipends and, in many cases, assistance with housing and travel. Undergraduate students supported with NSF funds must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions. For a list of REU Sites in mathematics visit:
Application Deadline: February-March, depending on the site.