Horizons Lectures-John Urschel, Institute for Advanced Study


The Horizons Lectures consists of two events, a research colloquium as well as a seminar discussion on the societal impacts of the mathematics profession with the following goals:

• To discuss issues of diversity and inclusion in STEM fields.
• To provide career advice to graduate students and junior faculty.
• To promote the work of mathematicians from underrepresented groups.

These talks are in-person and online. Masks are required.

Register at:  https://math.princeton.edu/horizons-2022




Department Colloquium: Determinantal Point Processes, Principal Minor Assignments, and Algebraic Graph Theory

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Fine Hall 314 / 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM


Horizons Seminar: Journeys in Math: A conversation about the joys, struggles, and stories of three generations of mathematicians

Thursday, April 21, 2022

Lewis Library 120 / 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM

Panel discussion with: 

William A. Massey, Princeton University

Kimberly F. Sellers, Georgetown University