Articles by StewJo
Math has finally renumbered our courses according to difficulty, with Linear Algebra moved from Math 211 to its central spot Math 250 and the core courses moved to the middle of the 300s, with the pre-core electives below and the post-core electives above. (For the full list of our offerings fall 2013, go to the
Prof. Beazeley awarded Hellman research grant. http://dean-faculty.williams.edu/faculty-development/hellman-fellows-grants/
Pathways to Science offers many opportunities for upcoming mathematicians. Summer Research for Undergraduates: http://www.pathwaystoscience.org/programs.asp?descriptorhub=SummerResearch_Summer%20Research%20Opportunity Financial Support for Graduate School: http://www.pathwaystoscience.org/Grad.asp
Gabor Gurbacs has taken on the awesome responsibility of Conumdrum Master. The new November Conundrum can be found here: http://math.williams.edu/conundrum/november-conundrum/
The Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) runs a unique summer program for undergraduate students. The Research in Industrial Projects for Students (RIPS) provides an opportunity for exceptional students in math and related disciplines to work in teams on real world research projects proposed by a
Ball State University seeks your assistance in identifying talented students and alumni in biology, chemistry, physics, or mathematics who might be interested in teaching at the high-school level with a prestigious fellowship opportunity. In partnership with the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, Ball State is offering 20 fellowships to graduating seniors, graduate students, and alumni interested in
Booz Allen Hamilton will be having an information session on campus, Oct. 5 at 7p.m. in Weston 10. Five Math majors from the class of ’11 were hired last year, among a total of 14 Williams grads hired.
All seniors interested in grad school are encouraged to apply for an NSF Fellowship. See http://www.nsfgrfp.org/, and speak with your advisor.
The third Mid-Hudson Mathematics Conference for Undergraduates will be held on SUNDAY, October 16, 2011 (note date change) at Bard College. This one-day conference will consist of presentations by undergraduate mathematics students, panels on graduate school in mathematics and REU programs, and a plenary address by Mihai Stoiciu of Williams College. http://math.bard.edu/mhmc2011/