In addition to courses and lectures, students have an opportunity to join in outreach to the community, fun social activities, and events for professional development and job searching.
STEM Café is a friendly, collaborative, and informal setting for students in STEM classes to work on homework or discuss the subject. Tuesdays from 4-6p are math night, and meets in North Hall 125. Hosted by the Women’s Resources & Research Center (WRRC), STEM Café is open to all students, regardless of gender. Refreshments are provided while math graduate students, professors, and upper-division students volunteer their time to answer questions.
Math Club at UC Davis is dedicated to
advancing mathematics by building a strong community between
mathematicians and people who enjoy math, hosting guest lecturers that
range from professionals to professors, and providing a network of
opportunities for our members.
Other Clubs and Communities
UC Davis has a list of student groups. Explore your range of interests with others!
Join these UC Davis students who volunteer for math-focused events for NorCal high school and middle school students.
Association for Women in Mathematics
The AWM Chapter at UC Davis provides math-related resources, speakers, and mentorship opportunities, in addition to their meetings.
Directed Reading Program
Bridge the gap between classes and more focused interests. Undergraduates are paired with a graduate student mentor of similar interests. The pair will choose a reading (book, paper, etc.) and meet once a week to discuss what they have read.
SIAM Student Chapter
The SIAM chapter hosts social gatherings, job talks, career panels, tech tutorials, the occasional fundraiser, and conferences. It's a great club if you are interested in pursuing graduate school or joining the industry in the area of applied mathematics!