The second installment of Problems of the Fortnight is now underway. Solutions to these problems should be submitted by Friday, October 5th at 5pm. Solutions to last fortnight’s problems are available on the POTF page.
Do you want to meet others who enjoy math? If so, join MAA (Mathematical Association of America). Our activities throughout the semester include: poker tournaments, Pi Day celebration, Smash Bros. tournaments, math games, problem(s) of the fortnight, and help with course registration. Our next meeting is Wednesday, September 26th at 5:30 in VH 1200.
Do you like problem solving contest? (Really, who doesn’t?) Check out the return of the Truman’s Problem(s) of the Fortnight contest, brought to you by the student chapter of the MAA. Every other week (fortnight = 2 weeks (i.e. fourteen nights)) a pair of challenging problems will be posted for you to attempt to solve. […]
The 73rd annual William Lowell Putnam competition will take place on Saturday, December 3, 2012. The competition is open to undergraduates (and ambitious high school students) at US and Canadian colleges and universities. Details can be found at http://math.scu.edu/putnam/index.html . Students interested in participating in this year’s competition should contact Prof. Mike Adams, Dept. of Mathematics and Computer […]
A GRE math subject test review group is forming for students planning to take the test this fall. We will meet on a week basis to discuss / present / attempt practice problems. If you will be applying to a PhD mathematics program in the near future and would like to participate, contact Tony […]
Calling all math-lovers! Come to the Math Association of America’s first meeting : Wednesday Sept. 5th in VH1200 at 5pm Each year, we put together a Super Smash Bros Tournament, and do a biannual Poker Night. Before registering for classes, we have the chance to talk with upperclassmen about which ones you should take. Not to mention other […]
Everyone still in Kirksville is invited to celebrate the start of summer by playing soccer against the physics department this Friday. The game will go from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM and will take place at the YMCA. Last year, physics beat us 3-0, so this is our chance to get even.
Check out Isoperimetric Pentagonal Tilings, an article co-authored by senior Miguel Fernandez appearing in this month’s Notices of the American Mathematical Society. The paper is based on research conducted during last summer’s “Small” REU at Williams College.
Congratulations to the winners of the MAA Texas Hold ‘Em tournament held this past Friday night. From left to right are Steve Paul (3rd place), Jacobe Britt (2nd place), and Daman Locke (1st place).
Congratulations to Thu Duong (left), the winner in the 2012 KME Integration Bee held this past Saturday! Matt Davis (middle) took second place and Kailong Mao (right) finished third.