**Catalog description:** This course, with a change of topic, may be repeated for credit. Three credits.

**Unofficial description**: The Undergraduate Seminar or “Math Scholars Course” is a course on a topic we do not cover in our regularly scheduled courses. The topic for the course each semester is based on faculty proposals, so it varies from semester to semester. See the list below for topics that have been offered in the past, and for information on upcoming sections of MATH 3094.

Previous and future topics offered in the MATH 3094 series:

- Fall 2023, Alvaro Lozano-Robledo “Mathematics of Encryption“
- Spring 2023, Jeremy Teitelbaum, “Mathematics for Machine Learning.”
- Spring 2022, Kyu-Hwan Lee, Jeremy Teitelbaum, “Mathematics for Machine Learning.”
- Spring 2022, Katherine Hall, “Knot Theory.”
- Fall 2021, Masha Gordina, “Mathematical Foundations of Classical Mechanics.”
- Spring 2021, Kyu-Hwan Lee, Jeremy Teitelbaum, “Machine Learning.”
- Fall 2020, Myron Minn-Thu-Aye, “Mathematics and Politics: Voting, Fair Division, and Conflict.”
- Spring 2020, David McArdle, “Discrete Chaos with Applications.”
- Fall 2019, Brandon Alberts, “Arithmetic Functions and the Riemann Hypothesis.”
- Spring 2019, Vasileios Chousionis, “Fourier Analysis and its Applications.”
- Fall 2018, Emily Gunawan, “Coxeter Groups.”
- Spring 2018, Alvaro Lozano-Robledo, “Mathematics of Encryption.”
- Fall 2017, Adam Giambrone, “Knot Theory.”
- Spring 2017, Ralf Schiffler, “Quiver Representations.”
- Fall 2016, Keith Conrad, “p-Adic numbers.”