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.
The 2018-2019 academic year marks 100 years of the College of Charleston cultivating exemplary women leaders across disciplines. The School of Sciences & Mathematics is joining the celebration of those women, and the first admission of women to the College, by hosting a mini conference on Thursday, February 7, 2019 in the Rita Hollings Science […]
The Math Club will meet on Wednesday, January 30, 2019, at 3:00 pm, in RSS 101 to host two of our own faculty. Professor Martin Jones will talk about the 4+1 program. This is a way to earn your BS and MS in mathematics in only 5 years. Professor Emeritus Mick Norton will share stories […]
The Math Department congratulates CofC Math graduate students Emma Collins and Zach Wirszyla on their fellowship awards from the Graduate School. Emma received the Amy T. McCandless Fellowship and Zach received the Principal Fellowship.
Bob Mignone, who has been the chair of the Department of Mathematics at the College of Charleston for the past 12 years, is stepping down from that role. We are all grateful to him for safely “sailing the ship through troubled waters” and wish him luck as he returns to being a “regular professor” with […]
Join us on November 16th at 3:00 in 252 RSS for a Celebration of Summer 2018 Student Math Research. There will be talks by students who did research this past summer, information for students interested in doing research in the future, pizza and more! Click Here for PDF Poster
The Eleventh International Conference on Mathematics and Mathematics Education in Developing Countries was held in Laos earlier this month. Its six plenary speakers included Michael Dorff (president of the Mathematical Association of America), Kenji Ueno (a well-known Japanese algebraic geometer), and the Cofc Math Department’s combinatoricist Dinesh Sarvate!
We just learned about an interesting event this weekend (Sept 23). Ken Ono of Emory University will be at Davidson College speaking about Ramanujan and showing the major motion picture “The Man Who Knew Infinity”. https://www.davidson.edu/academics/mathematics-and-computer-science/student-activities/bernard-lecture
Do you want to hear about all the amazing things our faculty and students are doing? Check out the Summer 2018 issue of our newsletter! Click Here to View Newsletter
CofC professors are not just teachers but also practitioners of their fields. Our students learn history from historians, psychology from psychologists, math from mathematicians, and so on. Not only does this guarantee that the instructors are experts with practical knowledge of their discipline, it also means that undergraduates here have a rare opportunity to work […]