The Department of Energy (DOE) Scholars Program, administered by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), is accepting applications for the Summer 2011 term. Interns have the opportunity to “conduct hands-on research while showcasing their education, talent and skills…and explore the options for federal careers with DOE.” The program is open to undergraduate, […]
Our first math colloquium of the semester will be Wednesday, January 19, from 3:30-4:30. Chad Williamson, a Truman Student, will be speaking on Understanding how fronts propagate through flowing fluids – the search for a new model. As usual, refreshments will be provided. ABSTRACT Advection-reaction-diffusions systems – systems consisting of a fluid flow in which […]
The MCS Department is seeking students to help with proctoring evening tests this week for our Section 99 program. Scholarship or institutional hours are available. If you can help, please contact Dr. Belanger (firstname.lastname@example.org) immediately.
Masse is havinig their last meeting of the semester on Sunday, December 12 at 7:00pm in VH1212. We’ll be playing nerdy math games and de-stressing before finals. Come join us and have a great time!
The last Math Colloquium of the semester will be Tuesday, November 30 at 3:30 p.m. in VH1228. Calin Chindris of the University of Missouri will be speaking on Eigenvalues of Sums of Hermitian Matrices. After the talk he will be able to answer questions on graduate study at Mizzou. As usual, refreshments will be provided. […]
KME BOWLING NIGHT! Our annual bowling night with the professors is Friday December 3rd @ 6:00 pm – (whenever) at Leisure World Lanes. Professors! Come have a great time with your students! I know we can’t wait to hang out with you all. Students! Come get to know your professors in a more relaxed atmosphere! […]
Tuesday Nov. 30th KME will be having their last meeting of the semester in VH 1148 @ 5:30. We will discuss plans for next semester and our annual bowling night!
The last Math bio colloquium of the semester will be held on Thursday, Dec 2 at 3:30 in MG2050. Truman Physics professor Peter Rolnick will be presenting Paramecia and Two Issues in Population Modeling: Inertial Effects; Prey-Dependence in Predator-Prey Systems There are lots of things to consider in coming up with a general model for […]
Remember that student applications to the mathbio summer research program are due Monday, Nov 22. Project descriptions are available on the mathbio website (mathbio.truman.edu). Student applications are due Monday, November 22, 2010 and are available on the website or by emailing me at email@example.com. New groups will begin their work in January, 2011. This is […]
The mathbio colloquium series continues on Thursday, Nov. 18 at 3:30 p.m. in MG2050. Dr. Tony Weisstein, Truman Biology Professor, will be speaking on: “The Case of the Protective Protein: Using a population genetics simulation in an undergraduate lab course to test hypotheses for the evolution of an HIV resistance allele.” Abstract: The delta-32 allele […]