### Spring 2023

- Caratheodory’s definition of a measurable set (organised by Dakota Leonard).
- Centrality in Congressional Voting Networks (organised by Jeremy Kazimer).
- Problem Solving (organised by Justin Haverlick).
- A Combinatorial Approach to Topology (organised by Seth Hovland).
- Elliptic Curves and Applications to Cryptography (organised by Makenzie Cosgrove).

### Fall 2022

- Group Theory and the Rubik’s cube (organised by Abhishek K. Sharma).
- Mathematical Quantum Theory (organised by Sayantan Sarkar).
- Surfaces: Finite and Infinite (organised by Arya Vadnere).
- Tensor Calculus and General Theory of Relativity (organised by Sayantan Sarkar).

### Spring 2022

- Caratheodory’s Definition of a Measurable Set (organised by Dakota Leonard).
- Elliptic Curve Cryptography (organised by Makenzie Cosgrove).
- Network Analysis for Real World Applications (organised by Bengier Ulgen Kilic).
- Problem Solving Strategies (organised by Arya Vadnere).

### Fall 2021

- Trees, Networks and Algorithms (organised by Makenzie Cosgrove).
- Set Theory (organised by Gregory Vinal).

### Fall 2020

- Trees, Networks and Algorithms (organised by Makenzie Cosgrove).
- Set Theory (organised by Gregory Vinal).

### Spring 2019

- Distinguishing a Ball and a Donut, Mathematically (organised by Subhankar Dey).

### Winter 2019

- Distinguishing a Ball and a Donut, Mathematically (organised by Subhankar Dey).
- Counting Labelled Trees (organised by Makenzie Cosgrove).

### Fall 2019

- Sieve Methods (organised by Biao Wang).
- A comparative hands-on study of Euclidean and Hyperbolic Geometry (organised by Subhankar Dey).