Math & CS

  • Graduate Reception

    May 6, 2015

    Mathematics and Computer Science graduates and faculty, With a significant chance of inclement weather and the plans announced earlier today to hold two ceremonies if necessary, it has become necessary for us to also have a back up plan for our reception. A university decision about the time for graduation(s) will be made by 5pm […]

  • Actuarial Science News:

    December 1, 2014

    Congratulations to Jancee Jarman for recently accepting a position as an Actuary at Towers Watson in St. Louis.  Congratulations also to Kenny Bohannan for recently accepting an actuarial internship at Towers Watson in St. Louis.

  • Actuarial Science News

    October 17, 2014

      Congratulations to Jancee Jarman, Mitch Peterson & Brad Hart for recently passing Actuarial Exam FM/2. Congratulations to Brad Hart & Elizabeth Voris for recently passing Actuarial Exam P/1.

  • Zurich & Actuarial Science

    October 6, 2014

    The Actuarial profession is consistently ranked as a top-rated job (http://www.beanactuary.com/about/best_job.cfm).  Most practicing actuaries today have a degree in Math, Actuarial Science, Statistics, Computer Science, Finance or Economics.  The Actuarial Science Minor consists of the coursework needed to pursue this profession.     Presented by Bryan Hartwig Zurich Monday, October 13, 3:30   VH 1010   […]

  • Buck Consultants Presentation

    September 26, 2014

    The Actuarial profession is consistently ranked as a top-rated job (http://www.beanactuary.com/about/best_job.cfm). Most practicing actuaries today have a degree in Math, Actuarial Science, Statistics, Computer Science, Finance or Economics. The Actuarial Science Minor consists of the coursework needed to pursue this profession. Presented by: Graham Royer & Chandra Miller Buck Consultants Thursday, October 2nd, 1:00 VH […]

  • Putnam Competition

    September 10, 2014

    The 75th annual William Lowell Putnam competition will be held from 9 am till 5 pm on Saturday, December 6. The competition is open to all undergraduates enrolled full-time at any North American university. Every year Truman enters several students in the competition and we have done well in past years in both the individual and team […]

  • Mathematical biology colloquium

    September 9, 2014

    Thursday, September 11 at 3:30 in VH1224, Ali Berens from Iowa State University’s Computational Biology program will be here to present her research on Caste Determination Across Social Insects: An Interdisciplinary Approach. (abstract below)   Ali is also happy to meet with students about Iowa State’s Computational Biology program after her talk. Again, the talk is Thursday […]

  • Change for Spring Math 398

    September 8, 2014

    Due to a conflict with Advanced Calculus, the day and time for Junior Seminar in the spring has been changed. It will now meet on Mondays at 2:30.

  • Actuarial Science Careers Presentation

    The actuarial profession is consistently ranked as a top-rated job (http://www.beanactuary.com/about/best_job.cfm).  Most practicing actuaries today have a degree in Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Statistics, Computer Science, Finance or Economics.  The Actuarial Science minor consists of the coursework needed to pursue this profession. Molly Dieckman and Lee Jones are Truman alumni working as Actuarial Analysts for Towers Watson in St. Louis.  Towers Watson is […]

  • Colloquium Talk

    April 7, 2014

    Kevin Gerstle from the University of Iowa Brownian Motion and HMD-Functions 3:30pm, Wednesday (4/9/2014) VH1224 Models of random motion can be used in all scientific disciplines to study phenomena ranging from the rise and fall of stock prices to the motion of pollen particles through water. In particular, models of Brownian motion can be used to […]

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