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 […]
On Friday, Oct 21 at 12:30 p.m. in MG2001, come learn about “Math-Bio Research at Truman State University” at the Biology Colloquium series. We will discuss the Mathematical Biology program at Truman, give an overview of this year’s projects, and explain how to apply to the program. This is a fantastic opportunity to apply your […]
There will be a regular KME meeting tomorrow at 5:00 in VH 1148. We will be talking about what math, statistics, computer science, and even support classes to be taking at Truman and especially next semester. This will be a great opportunity to ask questions of older students who have done class planning in the […]
SMART will pay for all educational expenses for a B.S., M.S. or Ph.D. program in a STEM discipline, and then provide scholars unique opportunities to work as research scientists or engineers on cutting edge technology in world class Department of Defense facilities. This is a highly competitive, national program, open to U.S. citizens only. The […]
Dr. Pam Ryan will again be taking interested (female) students to the Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics in Lincoln, NE. The conference takes place January 27-29, 2012. Registration opens by Oct 10, 2011 and closes when capacity is reached. NOTE: This is a very popular conference, and registration closes quickly. If you are […]
Mathematical Association of America will be meeting this Tuesday the 11th in VH1200. We’ll be playing math balderdash and planning a spoof math music video, all majors are welcome!