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 – 8:30 P.M. in the STEM resource center in Centennial Forum.
The Maria Agnesi Vatican stamp is out! Thanks to Professor Shirley Gray for her efforts, and all Association of Women in Mathematics supporters who helped make it happen. Maria Agnesi wrote the first known book to discuss both differential and integral calculus, and she was appointed by Pope Benedict XIV to a chair of mathematics and natural philosophy at the University of Bologna. She abandoned academics later in life and devoted herself to charitable work and spiritual reflection. The stamp depicts her in prayer with a mathematical formula on the wall and a paper on the floor which contains a famous bell shaped curve she formulated called the "Witch of Agnesi."
Beginning this week, SI leaders will be holding sessions outside of class to go over and review course materials. The SI program provides peer support by having students who succeeded in traditionally difficult academic courses and help other students complete these courses. SI is a non-remedial approach that provides regular review sessions outside of class in which students work collaboratively by discussing readings, comparing notes, working together to predict test items, and sharing ideas for improving class material. You can find the SI schedule at the top left corner of the tutoring centers website.
At the close of the academic year, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics wishes to recognize all of our students' outstanding achievements, especially our graduates. Take a look at our graduates achievements.
The Math & Stat Department had many of our students participating in the Undergraduate Research Symposium. After a year of hard work to prepare, the students all did a wonderful job presenting their research. Take a look at pictures and presentations from the event here! LEARN MORE