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Kate Owens has two articles in the latest MAA Focus

Congratulations to Math Department associate chair Kate Owens who co-authored two articles:

  • “How We Moved a Conference Online”, about the recent Mastery Grading conference
  • “Talk Math With Your Friends, A Virtual Colloquium”, about the online Zoom math colloquium series she co-founded

You can read them here.

Video Series: Alumni on Career Paths with a Master’s Degree in the Mathematical Sciences

In this video series, five alumni talk about how their statistics and mathematics training at CofC helped them get jobs that they love:

CofC Alumni on Career Paths with an MS in Math #5

CofC Alumni on Careers in Mathematics: Sonia Kopel

 

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CofC Alumni on Career Paths with an MS in Math #4

CofC Alumni on Careers in Mathematics: Bonny Hardesty, Professor, Polk State College

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CofC Alumni on Career Paths with an MS in Math #3

CofC Alumni on Careers in Mathematics: Thad Sulek, Bank and Forecasting Group, State Farm

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CofC Alumni on Career Paths with an MS in Math #2

CofC Alumni on Careers in Mathematics: Monica Cicciarelli, Math Lab Director, St. Edwards University

 

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CofC Alumni on Career Paths with an MS in Math #1

CofC Alumni on Careers in Mathematics: J .Darby Smith, Postdoctoral Researcher, Sandia National Lab

 

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Congratulations to Student Award Recipients for Spring 2020

The Susan Prazak Award for Future Teachers is given annually in honor of Sue Prazak, who taught at CofC from 1972 to 1999.  This year’s recipient is Andrew Skvarna.

The Ewa Wojcicka Award is our departments top award, given in memory of Professor Wojcicka to a recipient showing exceptional ability, creativity and potential in mathematics.  This year’s recipient of the Wojcicka award is Jay van Raalte.

The Scott Ward Award, given each year to a math major displaying outstanding ability in math and a commitment to connect mathematics to another discipline, goes this year to Michael Lanier.

Outstanding Student Awards went to Katrina Bynum, Terence Carey, Maddos Johnston, Chloe Mattila, Jay Van Raalte,  Blaine Billings, Posy Olivetti, Michael Lanier,  and Shoshana Berkowitz.

Unfortunately, because of the campus closure, there will be no award ceremony or party this year.  But, we are as proud of this award recipients as we ever are and send them our heartiest congratulations!