Dear fellow Mathematics and Computer Science Students, My name is Brian Sammons and I’m a mathematics student. For the past few semesters, the course “Numerical Analysis” (MATH 300) has been offered as an elective to those who have completed Matrix Algebra or Linear Algebra and Calculus 2. Unfortunately, each semester it is dropped because […]
You can now sign up to buy a mathematics T-shirt brought to you by MASSE. The T-shirts are $10 and the Hoodies are $25. The colors are as seen in the pictures and the sizes range from small to XXXL. Money is due in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department office by December 16th (the […]
MAA has a meeting today at 5:30 in VH 1208.
MAA’s Poker Tournament winners are 1st place Alex Seubert, 2nd place Nick Grobe, and 3rd place Eric Radel. Congratulations and thanks to everyone who participated!
The next MASSE meeting is November 7th @ 6:00 in VH1212. We will be discussing the MCTM conference and have guest speakers talking about their teaching experience.
MAA’s Fall Poker Tournament is Friday November 5th at 6:00 pm in VH second floor commons. There will be pizza and snacks and prizes! Professors and students invited! We would love to see you there!
Garrett McCormack will be speaking on: “Vertebral Motion Testing Analysis of the Lumbar Spine” Practitioners of osteopathic medicine previously relied upon a physicians judgment to diagnose lower back pain through a series of osteopathic manipulations. With advancements in technology it has become possible to precisely measure the movements that occur during a manipulation using 3-dimensional […]
Joey Palmer will be speaking on Structure Groups of Pseudo-Riemannian Algebraic Curvature Tensors in VH1228 at 3:30. This presentation is a summary of work done on a Summer REU at the University of California, Irvine during the summer of 2010. Refreshments will be provided. ABSTRACT Structure Groups of Pseudo-Riemannian Algebraic Curvature Tensors An algebraic curvature […]
The NUCWM conference will be January 28-30 in Lincoln, NE. This is a great opportunity for undergraduate women to present their research in mathematics, or learn what others have done. Costs to attend the conference are minimal; the Truman School of Math and Science will pay registration and transportation costs; NCUWM pays lodging and most […]
The next mathbio colloquium will be on WEDNESDAY (change in day), October 27 at 3:30 p.m. in MG2050. Truman Student Nathan Kopp will speak on research he’s done on Separating the Effects of Genetic Drift and Natural Selection Using a Modification of Tajima’s D Statistic. Hope to see you there.