You are invited to join us on Wednesday November 13, 2019 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm in Cuneo 109 for a discussion about jobs/careers in applied statistics, biostatistics, predictive modelling, data analytics, big data, data science, etc. Free pizza will be provided. Click to learn more.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Loyola University Chicago invites you to attend a talk in the Rataj Lecture Series in the Mathematical Sciences on Wednesday, October 30. Dr. Brian Seguin will be telling us about Modeling Lipid Bilayers: a combination of biology, mechanics, and geometry. No mathematics beyond calculus, and no biological or mechanical background, will be assumed. Click to learn more.
The 55th meeting of the Society for Natural Philosophy will be held September 13-15, 2019, Friday through Sunday, at Loyola University Chicago. All talks will be in Room 123/124 of the Institute of Environmental Sustainability (IES). Click to learn more.
(Numberphile) Since 1954, scientists have been using computers to search for three numbers that could be cubed and summed to equal 42. Every other possible number below 100 already had a known solution, but the solution for 42 wasn't found until recently. Click to learn more.
Having trouble finding x? Is calculus derivin’ you crazy? We can help!! Loyola Math Club Tutoring will be happening every Monday and Thursday 7:00 – 9:00 P.M. in the STEM resource center in Centennial Forum, starting September 5.
The 2019 Award for Impact on the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics has been awarded to M. Vali Siadat for his many sustainable and replicable contributions to mathematics and mathematics education at both the pre-college and college level. Click to learn more
Simply put, college is not high school. Your professor will expect you to be more independent, adventurous, and responsible than your high school teachers presumed. Follow these tips to ensure you make the most of your classes and professors, starting from your very first day of each course. Click to learn more.
This interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science in Data Science will provide practical skills in data collection and manipulation through significant programming experience and reliable inference through applied statistics, and a focus on applying these skills to practical, domain-specific problems (56ch). Click to learn more about this program.