Welcome to UI Math Club
About the UI Math Club
Are you a math major? Simply interested in mathematics? The goal of the Undergraduate Math Club is to promote the appreciation and enjoyment of math in a casual atmosphere. We meet every Monday evening at 6:00 PM to eat pizza, discuss math, do puzzles, and socialize with likeminded people. We participate in mathematics competitions, both regional and international, attend conferences, and hold social events for undergraduate math enthusiasts.
Officers for 201819

Patrick Vecera, President

Josh Gingerich, Vice President

Cindy Farthing, Faculty Advisor

Math is Power
 "If people do not believe that mathematics is simple, it is only because they do not realize how complicated life is."  John Louis von Neumann
 "There are two ways to do great mathematics. The first is to be smarter than everybody else. The second way is to be stupider than everybody elsebut persistent."  Raoul Bott
 In 1931 Albert Einstein and his wife, Elsa, were touring the Mt. Wilson Observatory, at that time the observatory was the home of the world's largest telescope. Someone in the entourage told Elsa the 100inch Hooker reflecting telescope was used to determine the shape of the universe. "Well, Elsa said, "my husband does that on the back of an old envelope."

