NAM's Undergraduate MATHFest is an annual event which showcases undergraduate research from all over the country. The conference is geared for undergraduates from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), although all are welcome to attend. Students TalksThere will be ten talks given by undergraduate and graduate students which last 30-minutes each. Poster Presentations Students have the opportunity to present posters outlining their research. Graduate Fair Universities will have an opportunity to showcase their graduate programs and interact with undergraduate students in a one-hour fair. Problem Time with Dr. Cooper Throughout the conference, students will be presented challenge problems. Students with correct solutions will be presented prizes. The J. Ernest Wilkins Lecture This is an hour-long talk, given by an established researcher, to motivate our undergraduates to continue to pursue research in the mathematical sciences. This year we celebrate our 29th conference! The two-day event will be held at Southern University of New Orleans. You can find more informaiton by visiting http://nam-math.org/mathfest.html The deadline to apply for funding / submit abstracts is Monday September 9, 2019.