At the annual meeting of the MCTM (Missouri Council for Teachers of Mathematics) on December 3, 2016, mathematics education at Missouri State was recognized with three awards. Dr Patrick Sullivan was given the Higher Education Professor of the Year award,
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The Department of Mathematics at MSU has kicked off a crowd funding campaign to do a complete make over of the Mathematics Student Study Lounge in Cheek Hall. Our goal is to double its size and make a comfortable space
As part of the MSU Mathematics Lecture Series, Professor Dean Carlson, from the American Mathematical Society, will be presenting : “Minimizers for Nonconvex Variational Problems in the Plane via Convex/Concave Rearrangements”. This presentation is scheduled for Wednesday November 2nd at
Dr. Peter Plavchan, Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics, Astronomy and Material Science (MSU) will be giving a talk on “Astrostatistics: The Intersection of Astronomy and Mathematics” on Monday September 26th, in Cheek 175. This is a seminar organized
As part of the MSU Mathematics Lecture Series, Professor Jacob Rezac, from the University of Delaware will be presenting : “Inverse Wave Scattering Problems and Transmission Eigenvalues”. This presentation is scheduled for Wednesday April 13th at 3PM in Cheek 301. Everyone
Professors Les Reid, Steven Senger, Xingping Sun, and Jorge Rebaza have been awarded a $293,661 grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for their Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. Each summer semester of 2016, 2017, and 2018 they will
As part of the MSU Mathematics Lecture Series, Professor Georgis Petridis, from the University of Rochester will be presenting : “Products of Differences in Prime Finite Fields”. This presentation is scheduled for Wednesday March 16th at 3PM in Cheek 301.
The second KME Seminar – Mathematics Lecture Series – will be this Thursday February 25 at 2:00pm in Cheek 205. Professor Sean Maher (Department of Biology) will be presenting on the “Models to Assess Biotic Responses to Climate Change”. Dr.
Bob Garino, from the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will be giving a talk on Wednesday, January 20th at 3PM in Cheek 205. The title of his talk is “USDA Statistics: Making a Significant Contribution“. This talk is part of
The annual MAKO (Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma) Undergraduate Research Conference in Mathematics will be held this Saturday November 14th on the MSU campus, starting at 9am . For the past ten years, undergraduate students from the MAKO region have come