Michael Saks

Distinguished Professor of Mathematics

Department of Mathematics
Rutgers, the State University of NJ
110 Frelinghuysen Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8019

Honors and enrichment programs for undergraduates

I am chair of the Honors Committee for the Department of Mathematics which oversees various honors programs offered by the department.

Spring 2016 Courses and Seminars
  • Selected Topics in Discrete Mathematics: Analysis of Boolean Functions (16:642:587:01)
  • Theory of Computing Reading Group
  • Theory of Computing Seminar
  • Discrete Math Seminar

    Undergraduate problem solving seminar and competition

    Undergraduates interested in solving challenging mathematical problems should consider participating in:

    William Lowell Putnam Undergraduate Mathematics Competition (held each December).
           Performance of Rutgers students on past exams

    The Undergraduate mathematics problem solving seminar is aimed at strengthening students problem solving skills, especially (but not eexclusively) for students interested in preparing for the Putnam exam.

    Supplemental Notes for Math 300 "Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning"


    Some other activities