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 Joe Casagranda. 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. […]
At this Friday’s algebra seminar, Andy Walker will conclude his lecture demonstrating some interesting examples of localization of categories. Anyone interested is welcome to join us at 2PM in 353 RSS.
This week, Andy Walker will lead our discussion of the “Localization of Categories”. As usual we meet on Friday at 2:00 in RSS#353.
On Friday March 15th at 2PM in 353 RSS, the Algebra Seminar of the Department of Mathematics presents: Superelliptic Curves and their Automorphisms by Tony Shaska (Oakland University)
Applications are now being accepted for the 2019-2020 Hughes Scholarship in Mathematics. Awards are typically at least $2000 for the next academic year. Deadline is 4:00 pm, April 8, 2019. Please see http://math.cofc.edu/student-ops/scholarships.php for details and application materials.
Happy Pi Day from the CofC Math Department! (If the video above isn’t working, try clicking here, logging in, and then clicking on this link.)
All interested parties are invited to the weekly Algebra Seminar, held each Friday at 2PM in 353 RSS. This week’s seminar features Professor Ben Cox lecturing on the Localization of Categories. For more information, contact Oleg Smirnov (email@example.com).
Although there will be no departmental colloquium this week, the CofC Math Department’s Algebra Seminar will be meeting on Friday February 22nd at 2PM in 353 RSS to hear the finale of Oleg Smirnov’s four part presentation on the localization of monoids.
Please join us for the algebra seminar at 2PM on Fridays in 353 RSS. This week, on Friday February 15th, Oleg Smirnov will continue speaking on Localization of Monoids. For more information or to sign up for e-mail announcements please contact Oleg at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Click here for algebra seminar poster in PDF format)
This week’s math colloquium by Victor Moll of Tulane University on Some Questions Coming From the Evaluation of Integrals will be suitable for undergraduate and graduate students.