Get to know Math/CS professors and students better at Lunch with Profs! Come and go as you please! Bring Your Own Lunch! Monday, October 7th in the VH2151 Conference Room.
Actuarial Science Careers: A Company Presentation by Towers Watson Presented by Scott Lesinski & Lee Jones Towers Watson Thursday, October 17, 3:30 p.m. VH 1010 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 […]
The William Lowell Putnam Exam will take place on Saturday, December 7, this year. The Putnam exam is a collegiate mathematics competition open to undergraduates at U.S. and Canadian universities. (High school students can also participate subject to eligibility requirements.) Information about the exam can be found at: http://math.scu.edu/putnam/index.html If you are interested, or […]
Boeing Information Technology (IT) is excited to announce it has openings for both internship and entry-level positions for 2014. Internship and entry-level positions cover a variety of opportunities which include programming, system analysis, IT project management and Boeing’s IT rotation program. These positions will support Boeing systems which enable core functions such as Engineering, Manufacturing, […]
Congratulations to Dan Wood and Mark Feiner for recently receiving positions as Actuaries and to Anne Fernandez for receiving an Actuarial Internship. Mark joined Kemper in St. Louis and Dan and Anne joined KC Life in Kansas City.
The annual bonfire hosted by Kappa Mu Epsilon will be at the University Farm Saturday September 14th from 6-8pm. Hotdogs, s’mores, and hot chocolate will be provided. Bring a snack or drink to share if you wish. All math and computer science students and faculty are encouraged to attend. Everyone is encouraged to RSVP via […]
From Truman Today: Two mathematics majors at Truman posted perfect 4.0 undergraduate cumulative grade-point averages to earn the Senior Scholar-Athlete Award. Deborah Boedeker is a four-year letterwinner competing in cross country and track and field while setting personal bests in the 400, 600, 800, mile and 3,000 meter steeplechase events. Justin Corcoran has played […]
The Missouri Collegiate Math Contest took place on April 18th & 19th at the annual meeting of the Missouri Section of the MAA. The top ten teams were honored at the meeting’s banquet, and both of Truman’s teams were among this group. The team consisting of (top from the left) Kailong Mao, Anh Duc Mai, […]
Monday, April 15th Saru Maharjan – The Gaussian Moat Problem, 2:30 PM, VH 1216 Tuesday, April 23rd Kyle Koening – Contingent Annuity Models, 3 PM, VH 1224 Monday, April 29th Mark Schneider – Linear Programming and the Von Neumann Minimax Theorem, 4:30 PM, VH 1212 Wednesday, May 1st Justin Corcoran – RSA Cryptography: An Overview, […]
Darren Walton (center left) shows off the pocket aces he used to beat Dr. Shaw (center right) at the MAA Texas Hold ‘Em tournament this past Friday. The second place student was Scott Abbey (left) and Steve Paul (right) took third.