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MAA Undergraduate Student Poster Session

2013 Poster Session


MAA MathFest 2023 Abstract Book


2023 Outstanding Poster Numbers

2023 Honorable Mention Poster Numbers

2023 Andersen Award Winners


The MAA Undergraduate Student Poster Session is reserved for undergraduate and first-year graduate students submitting posters on work done while an undergraduate. Posters will be viewed during the meeting and feedback provided by professionals and mathematicians will be available.

Appropriate poster topics include: a new result, a new proof of a known result, a new mathematical model, an innovative solution to a Putnam problem, a method of solution for an applied problem. Purely expository topics are not appropriate for this session. For more information, please see A Guide to Writing an Abstract.

All presenting students must also register for the conference itself at the MAA MathFest website. Visit the official MathFest website for complete registration and program information. MAA MathFest is the flagship conference of the largest community of mathematicians, students, and enthusiasts, and offers a variety of sessions that are designed to appeal to undergraduates..

If you are a student applying to the MAA Undergraduate Student Poster Session, please check out our poster requirements and guidelines and student poster session FAQ.

2023 Session Times

Public viewing of the MAA Undergraduate Student Poster Session will occur on Friday, August 4 from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in the West Hall at the Tampa Convention Center.

Information for Students

Check out the links below for information on the session and tips for how to have a great presentation!

Information for Judges

We need approximately 300 judges for the 2023 poster session. You can sign up to judge when you register for MathFest.

If you have any questions, please contact



Contact or Questions

The 2023 MAA Undergraduate Student Poster Session is organized by Sara Malec (Hood College), Emily Cilli-Turner (University of San Diego), Amber Russell (Butler University), Thomas Langley (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology), and the Committee on Undergraduate Student Programming. Questions regarding the content of this session should be directed to Sara Malec at, Emily Cilli-Turner at, Amber Russell at, or Thomas Langley at

Questions regarding logistics, including making changes to your abstract submission, should be directed to the MAA Communities Department at