Scholarships for mathematics students are given in the following link; scroll to find those in math. https://science.missouristate.edu/scholarship-recipients.htm … [Read more...] about Scholarship Recipients for Academic Year 2018-2019

As part of the MSU Mathematics Lecture Series, Professor George Markowsky, from Missouri University of Science and Technology, will be presenting : “The Not-So-Golden Ratio”. This presentation is scheduled for Wednesday September 19 at 3:30PM in Cheek 002. Everyone is welcome to attend! Abstract: The golden ratio, also called by different authors the golden section, … [Read more...] about MSU Mathematics Lecture Series: Talk by Professor Markowsky (Missouri S&T)

Research is valuable. Research is how we make new discoveries. For the last three years, Missouri State University was awarded funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to work with undergraduate research in mathematics. Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) lets faculty mentors bring in 12 students from around the United States to mentor and work on … [Read more...] about Mathematics REU leads to research, opportunities

Many amazing MarooNation members were recognized at the 2018 Bears of Distinction awards. The alumni exemplify hard work and dedication to their craft. CNAS recognized two of the nine faces. Keith Rapp Keith Rapp was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award. Rapp graduated from Missouri State in 1958 with a bachelor's degree in mathematics. He is the longest … [Read more...] about CNAS alumni recognized at Bears of Distinction

This was originally posted on the public affairs blog. Lead by instructor Patti Ann Blanton, the students of MTH 121 have been raising awareness and funding for K9s for Camo, a local non-profit that trains and places service dogs with veterans. Students have been promoting this service to veteran organizations, raising funds through GoFundMe and organizing a 3-on-3 … [Read more...] about Using math in the real world