The Colorado Springs Algebra Seminar typically meets six or seven times per semester, roughly every other Wednesday, from 4:30 until 5:30(ish). Often the meeting place is the campus of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, but other venues have been used as well.
We encourage talks from all areas of algebra.
Talks are typically attended by math faculty from throughout the Pikes Peak region, including the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, The Colorado College, and Colorado State University - Pueblo. Talks are also often attended by graduate students and advanced undergraduate students.
Talks are usually given by those who typically attend, as well as any out-of-town visiting algebraists who may happen along...
It is now traditional that, on completion of the presentation, those who are interested head to a local eatery / watering hole (often Clyde's on the UCCS campus) for dinner or liquid refreshment or snacks (e.g., Buffalo Wings?).
Contact the seminar organizer, Gene Abrams, if you are interested in participating.