General Interest

Dedication Ceremony of the Frank Morgan Library

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics will host the dedication ceremony of the Frank Morgan Library from 4-5pm, on Saturday, November 19. The event will take place in the Frank Morgan Mathematics and Statistics Library (Second Floor in the Wachenheim Science Center). Professor Frank Chip Morgan will be the guest… Continue reading »

Sign up for the Putnam Exam!

The 83rd William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition will be held on Saturday, December 3rd.¬† This fun and challenging math exam is split up over two blocks, 10am-1pm and 3pm-6pm.¬† Sign up to participate here by December 1! You can get more info about the exam here, and… Continue reading »

Math/Stat Pizza at The Log

Students who are taking courses in mathematics and statistics are cordially invited to join the Math/Stat faculty and their families at a Pizza dinner at The Log on Monday, November 7, 6:00-7:30pm. Thank you for your interest in participating! We have reached capacity for this event. We will do… Continue reading »

Humorous Math Theater (10/29)

Saturday, Oct. 29 3:00-4:00 in Wege Auditorium (123 Chemistry), put on by Colin Adams and students for Family Days. What could be more fun than humorous math theater?¬† Bring your family, come alone, bring your friends but no family, send your family without you, send your family and friends… Continue reading »

AWM Dinner on Wednesday (10/19)

The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) is hosting a dinner on Wednesday (10/19) at 7pm in the Frank Morgan Library. Come join us for food from Chopsticks and to get to know other folks interested in math! All are welcome! Please sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfyvVY_Wr8Xm2DiJvyqdcvOKdzrKk82NqbG88DwHi_kgemPTg/viewform… Continue reading »

“Learning from Data” Reading Club

Learning from Data is a new Reading Club for students and faculty at Williams College with the goal of going over some chapters of the book from the book “Data-driven Science and Engineering” by Steven L. Brunton and J. Nathan Kutz. Please see this flier for more information: Learning… Continue reading »