Congratulations to the winners in the MAA Texes Hold ‘Em tournament last Friday night. Patrick Gross (left) was the overall winner and Scott Abbey (right) took second place.
Ever wondered about how smart computers can be? If you are curious about how to make computers smarter and want to stimulate your own brain during the spring break, we have an exciting opportunity for you. Monte Carlo algorithms are randomized search algorithms that are creating big advances in Artificial Intelligence. They have produced the […]
The Math Association of America is sponsoring a poker night for math and cs majors, minors, and friends. 5pm Friday Dec 2 in the VH commons.
Our last Math Colloquium of the semester will be on Tuesday, December 6, at 3:30 p.m. in VH1224. Mike Munn from the University of Missouri at Columbia will be here to speak on as well as answer questions about graduate study at Mizzou. As usual, refreshments will be provided! ABSTRACT Informally speaking, Topology is the […]
MAA will be meeting this Tuesday, November 8 in our usual room VH 1200. We will be discussing final touches to the music video and begin planning the poker tournament. As always, all majors are welcome!
The mathbio website has been updated with information on the 2012 mathbio research projects, and we are now accepting applications from students. Please go to mathbio.truman.edu and click on the research tab for more information on the projects or to download the application form. Applications are due on Wednesday, Nov. 30 by 5 p.m. Email […]
The November MASSE meeting is Sunday, November 13 at 6:00pm in VH 1212. We are bringing a panel of teachers who completed Truman’s MAE program. They are able to understand where you are now and give you insight as to what is coming for graduate school and beginning teaching. Bring a friend and any questions you may […]
Congratulations go out to Katie Allen (2008 MAE-Mathematics graduate) who has been named the Hazelwood Central High School Teacher of the Year!! We aren’t surprised, but we are proud!
All Sophomores have been assigned academic advisers within the department. Please check your truview for your assigned adviser. If you have not been assigned a department adviser please come by VH 2100 so we can get this corrected for you.
The Mathematics Colloquium series continues on Thursday, October 20 at 3:30 in VH1224 with a presentation by two Truman students on their summer research. Laipeng Zheng will be speaking on “A Novel Matrix Decomposition”. Miguel Fernandez will be speaking on his REU research “Minimal Pentagonal Tilings and Isoperimetry on the Plane with Density”. Come learn […]