NUMS 2022 November

The 14th annual NUMS meeting was held at Portland State University on November 12th, 2022! The link to the registration site is REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, November 4. There is no registration fee for this conference. However, all participants, whether planning to present or not, need to register. Following the Keynote Presentation, there will be three sessions featuring 15-minute student presentations, as well as an activity session in which we plan to have panel discussions on topics such as: pursuing graduate studies, taking advantage of internship opportunities, and BIG jobs (careers in Business, Industry, Government) in which you might use your mathematical training. For more information contact Nathan Gibson at

Update 11/12/2022: Presentation Prizes awarded

  • First Prize: Harper Hultz, University of Washington Bothell, "A Markov Partition for the Penrose Shift"
  • Second Prize: John Bergquist, Willamette University, "Complementation of Subquandles"
  • Third Prize: Xallan Wilson, Pacific University, "Where the heavens stand still: Lagrange points of the Earth-Moon system"