Information for Williams Students
Applications to become a Teaching Assistant in Math/Stats in the Spring 2021 are currently being accepted. Please apply by Tuesday, October 27 2020, Noon.
Any Math/Stat Senior who is on leave during the Fall 2020 semester is welcome to attend and receive up to 5 attendance credits for the Mathematics Colloquium or for the Statistics Colloquium. Please get in touch with professors Blackwood and Pacelli (for Math) and Ning (for Stat) to get information about how to attend and … Continue reading “Colloquium Credit for Seniors On Leave During Fall 2020”
Please find below the Pass/Fail policies for the Academic Year 2020-2021: 1. Prior to the pandemic, a course taken pass-fail could only count towards any major only if it was the first course taken towards the major. 2. Any Mathematics and Statistics course taken at Williams in Spring 2020 (when all courses were required to be pass-fail) can … Continue reading “Mathematics and Statistics Pass/Fail policies for the Academic Year 2020-2021”
Mathematics and Statistics Junior Majors are encouraged to consider applying to write a thesis in the Mathematics and Statistics Department during all or part of the academic year 2021-2022. Writing a thesis in Mathematics or Statistics is a rewarding process that will allow you to work on an exciting research project under the supervision of … Continue reading “Mathematics and Statistics 2021-22 Thesis Application and Research Fair”More →
The Best Writing in Mathematics featuring work by Ben Logsdon ’20, and Anya Michaelsen ’19, and Prof. Ralph Morrison
Our congratulations go out to Professor Ralph Morrison, Ben Logsdon ’20, and Anya Michaelsen ’19 for their work “Nullstellenfont” (Math Horizons, 27:4, 5-7 (2020)) which has been selected for inclusion in the 2021 edition of The Best Writing in Mathematics! This paper was adapted from a final project by Ben and Anya for Professor Morrison’s Math 487: Computational … Continue reading “The Best Writing in Mathematics featuring work by Ben Logsdon ’20, and Anya Michaelsen ’19, and Prof. Ralph Morrison”More →