The Applied Mathematics Departmental Undergraduate Group (AMDUG) aims to bring together students who have an interest in applied mathematics to share resources, develop relationships with faculty, and organize lectures. Since Applied Mathematics is inherently cross-diciplinary, the AMDUG welcomes students from all concentrations which involve a mathematical aspect. By building a community of students with diverse interests, unified by mathematics, we hope to make the Brown undergraduate experience richer and more fulfilling.
The AMDUG typically holds its activity sessions at the Friedman Study Center or right in the Division of Applied Mathematics in Room 110 at 182 George Street. Some of our activites include, student and faculty lunches, talks by Brown faculty, math puzzle evenings, and film-screenings.