Come to the Undergraduate Colloquium (Thursday, March 26th, 4:30PM: Cuneo 312), where Karen Saxe, from Macalester College, will discuss the use of mathematics to prevent and detect gerrymandering in U.S. elections. Attendees are invited to meet the speaker 30 minutes beforehand over Tea and Cookies.
Registration for the fall semester begins April 13 and we want to make sure our students are well informed of their options. Students in our programs are invited to stop by to learn about our fall offerings and for FREE pizza!
Our own Gregory J. Matthews, along with Michael Lopez of Skidmore College, was the winner of a competition led by Kaggle to make the most accurate predictions for March Madness. They recently published their paper in the Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports. (New York Times)
Human rights activist and mathematician Lee Lorch died on February 28th at the age of 98. He is known for his work towards desegregation, mentoring African American mathematicians, and supporting the Association for Women in Mathematics.
Congratulations to Sean Mc Carthy for receiving the award of a Research Experience for Master's Programs Fellowship for Spring 2015.
We have long been wondering about the day computers can match the power of the human mind. Are we there yet? No. Not even close. But we have gotten one step closer with this recent development by Dr. Bowling’s research team at University of Alberta and their computer Cepheus. Computers have long been able to beat humans in […]
Tutoring for Spring 2015 will be on Mondays and Tuesdays from 7:00-8:30pm in Flanner 105.