On Saturday, April 6, nine mathematics majors presented their research at the 20th annual Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, held at Williams College. This is largest undergraduate mathematics conference in the U.S.
A group of faculty members from the departments of Mathematics, Physics, and Education was recently awarded a grant by the National Science Foundation. The $1.2 million-dollar grant will support the Ithaca College Robert Noyce Scholarship Program. This five-year program, which will be led by professors David Brown, Linda Hanrahan, Matthew Price, Michael Rogers, and Aaron Weinberg, will prepare...
Scott Constable, '12, a Mathematics and Jazz Performance double major, has published two software demonstrations with the Wolfram Demonstrations Project. The goal stated on the Project website is to "use dynamic computation to illuminate concepts in science, technology, mathematics, art, finance, and a remarkable range of...
On Saturday April 16, 2011, six mathematics majors presented their research at the 18th annual Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, hosted by Skidmore College.
Scott Constable, '12, presented his research completed with Professor David Brown: Generalizing Three-Dimensional Pursuit Curves.
Mary Curran, '11, presented research completed with Professor...
Jennifer Parker, '09, was one of only fifteen first and second year mathematics teachers in the country chosen for the Texas Instruments/New Teacher Center Online Mentorship program. Jennifer receives expert mentoring through this program and is supported in helping her...