Iowa City, IA
Invited Faculty Speaker:
Dr. Gabriel Sosa Castillo
The primary mission of the Underrepresented Students in Topology and Algebra Research Symposium (USTARS) is to showcase the excellent research conducted by underrepresented students studying topology and algebra. Dedicated to furthering the success of underrepresented students, USTARS seeks to broaden the participation in the mathematical sciences by cultivating research and mentoring networks. USTARS is open to all people interested in the topological and algebraic fields.
(Our definition of underrepresented includes the definition provided the National Science Foundation: minorities (African American, Hispanic, and Native American), women, and individuals with physical disabilities.)
The application for USTARS 2020 is now open! We look forward to seeing you in Iowa City in April!
If you would like to help spread the word about USTARS 2020, here are some printable posters and bookmarks. Thank you for your continued support!
Interested in collaborating with your fellow USTARS participants?
Apply for the Kathy McElroy USTARS Collaboration Travel Funding Grant.