General Public Engagement

Accessibility to the wonders of math is the foundation of all of our engagement efforts. Looking out to the general public, we support this through lectures, conferences and more. See how you can engage with the mathematics community below! Also see more activities.

Bartlett Lecture

Bartlett Memorial Lecture

The annual Bartlett Memorial Lecture gives the public a window into the nature of mathematics by illustrating the work of renowned mathematicians to general audiences. The lecture, made possible by contributions to the Bartlett Memorial Endowment, was established to memorialize Daniel Bartlett, a remarkable rising mathematician who passed away suddenly in 2006. Daniel’s passion for, and dedication to mathematics, led his family to also establish the Daniel Bartlett Memorial Scholarship, supporting outstanding graduate research in mathematics every summer.

Everything is Math 2019

Everything is Math

The annual Duncan Buell Everything is Mathematics Lecture Series gives the Tucson community a window into the mathematical research our UA faculty do here in Tucson. The lecture series is made possible in part by a generous endowment by UA mathematics alumnus Duncan Buell, now professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of South Carolina. Buell, a public intellectual himself, believes in the value of raising public awareness about the relevance, beauty, and applicability of mathematics, in its many forms.

People attending a conference


Conferences are a crucial part of the dissemination of knowledge and information in the mathematics community. They are an opportunity for networking and collaboration, professional development, inpsiration, institute and research visibility, and most importantly, public engagement. Here you can find the conferences UArizona Mathematics has been involved with. Be sure to look at the events calendar as well!


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