This year's flyer

(Flyer PNG with alt text below,  flyer PDF here, and separate alt text description of flyer here.)

The poster has a dark green background and black frame around two textboxes. The textbox at the top says in bold white text, “Third Annual OURFA^2M^2.” The text is over a Voronoi diagram with cells in different shades of brown.   Below the textbox is the smaller white text: “Online Undergraduate Resource Fair for the Advancement and Alliance of Marginalized Mathematicians.”   The bottom two-thirds of the poster is a tan/peach-shaded rectangular textbox. The text reads, “For marginalized, minoritized, underrepresented, and underserved undergraduate mathematicians, it can feel difficult to gather the information you need to build your career. We’ve been there, and we’ve got your back.   November 19 & 20, 2022 on Zoom. 8am-4pm Pacific / 11am-7pm Eastern. Registration and information at   This free, virtual conference, done in partnership with the Mathematical Association of America, and with a grant from the National Science Foundation, DUE-2230388, will include: (1) Panel of representatives of summer and semester opportunities, (2) Panel of students who have participated in such programs, (3) Crash courses in common undergraduate math research fields, (4) Personal stories of mathematicians’ formative experiences, and (5) Other talks and activities to network and share resources   Please register by 11:59 pm Pacific on November 12 to join us. Late registrations may be accepted via email. No experience required and all are welcome! Contact with questions.”   Above the Voronoi diagram in the top-left and top-right corners respectively are the NSF and MAA logos. The NSF logo is an Earth globe with "NSF" in serif white font, with the globe surrounded by a gold medallion. The MAA logo is in the bottom right-hand corner. The MAA logo is composed of three parts: the MAA mark or Icosahedron, the MAA acronym in bold font to the right of the Icosahedron, and the full name of the association in capital letters below. It is a bright blue color with lines shading the Icosahedron.

General flyer 

(in png below, in PDF here)