Every spring, Wellesley has an annual campus-wide conference to celebrate Wellesley students' achievements. Wellesley's Mathematics students have given talks and presented posters on independent studies and on independent research.
In some years, mathematics classes have put together Ruhlman exhibits: hands-on demonstrations to illustrate the beauty and the challenges of a wide range of mathematical topics, from Graph Theory to Knot Theory to the fourth dimension. In fact, these exhibits have proved to be popular Ruhlman attractions, not just an outlet for math students' creativity. If you are interested in presenting at the Ruhlman Conference, please contact a member of the math faculty.