The registration deadline for students interested in participating in this year’s William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition is Tuesday, October 5. To be eligible, you must be a regularly enrolled undergraduate (this may include high school students) who has not already taken the exam more than three times in the past. The exam will be administered […]
The SMACS program is sponsoring a panel discussion on Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) and internships this Thursday (September 23) at 7pm in VH 1328. The following students will discuss their experiences: Missy Greene – CS internship at Cerner Rachelle Goll – REU in CS at Washington State University Ihan Prasetyo – actuarial science internship […]
KME has a meeting September 21st @ 5:30 in VH 1148. Dr. Tony Vazzana will be giving a brief presentation about the Math Capstone. Lunch with Profs is September 23rd from 11-1 in VH 2151. Remember to bring your own lunch and be ready to socialize with the Profs! KME Bonfire is October 9th @ […]
The first Math Colloquium of the year will be 3:30 on Tuesday, September 28, in room VH1228. Don Bindner will be talking on Things Math Students Should Know. Refreshments will be provided. The abstract for the talk is as follows. Are there tips you might give to a budding new mathematics student? Are there jokes […]
Professor Hyun-Joo Kim will be speaking on her bio-statistics sabbatical experience in Korea! Join us at 3:30 on Thursday, Sept 23 in MG2050.
There will be an MAA meeting at 5:30pm on Monday, September 13 in the second floor of VH lounge. Anyone interested in Math or CS is welcomed and encouraged to come! Email Nicole Merritt firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
Outstanding students in mathematics or the natural sciences who plan to pursue a research career in one of these fields are encouraged to apply for the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. More information on the scholarship can be found on the program website: www.act.org/goldwater. Deadline to begin the application process is October 8, 2010. To apply, contact Dr. Dana Vazzana at […]
Mathematical Biology Colloquium series begins Thursday, September 9 at 3:30 p.m. in MG2050. Our speaker will be Ngoc Thai, a Truman mathematical biology student, who will be discussing her summer REU experience.
MAA’s first meeting will be on Thursday, Sept. 2nd at 5:00pm in the math/CS student organizations room. The club is open for anyone interested in math, not just math majors. At that meeting we will start to get ideas of events and plan dates.
KME will have their first meeting Sept. 7 @ 5:30 in VH 1148!