The 10th annual Pacific Coast Undergraduate Mathematics Conference will be held on Super Pi Day,
Saturday, March 14, 2015, at California Lutheran University.
The PCUMC is designed specifically for undergraduate students who are majoring or have an interest in mathematics. The 2015 conference will feature free registration for all student participants, talks and posters by undergraduate students, a career panel, and an engaging, entertaining keynote presentation!
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of PCUMC and the 100th anniversary of the Mathematical Association of America, PCUMC 2015 will be held jointly with the Southern California-Nevada MAA Section Meeting.
We are pleased to announce that the 2015 PCUMC keynote speakers will be Luke Anderson, the founder of TeachPi.org and James Tanton, the Mathematician-at-Large for the Mathematical Association of America.
Registration for PCUMC 2015 is now available on the Registration link above!
Please join our PCUMC Facebook group so that you can receive conference updates!