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The Stevenson University baseball team swept this week's MAC Commonwealth weekly awards,  with Applied Math junior, James Wiercinski, being selected as the Pitcher of the Week.  James allowed two hits and one run in five innings of work in a no-decision in the season opener against Penn State Abington Saturday, an eventual 3-1 win.  He struck out eight and walked three in his outing.  Congrats, James!

This semester, Applied Math majors Gerald Roman-Gonzalez and Billy Heidel are working on an independent research project with math professor, Dr. Ben Wilson. The research, which Dr. Wilson and Gerald began as a summer research project during the S3RP program at Stevenson, involves analyzing the complexity of constructed languages using tools from information theory.  Gerald and Billy work on the project together each week.  Then, at the end of the semester, they will present their work at the School of the Sciences Poster Session.

 

Math junior, Jess Rega, was chosen as the Athlete of the Week today!  Jess had a top toss of 12.26 m in the shot put to finish second overall in the throwing events at the NYU Invitational held at the New York Armory on February 9th.  Congrats Jess!  At interview with Jess can be found at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=5&v=ZEHJ5WQQGHs

Students look forward to the weekly Math Teas.  It's a great opportunity for applied math majors to talk with friends and faculty, play games, grab a bite to eat, do some homework, or hang out with friends.  This semester, Math Tea takes place on Tuesdays 1:00-2:00 in the Math Collaboratory, MAC S150.

SoLVE is a resource available to all students taking physics.  The goals of this academic support program are to improve students' problem solving strategies, to increase exposure to course material, to increase students' confidence in problem solving, and to practice study skills. Students enrolled in Physics I or II can attend any of the four one-hour sessions offered each week. In each session, students work in small groups on problem sets created by the physics professors and the SoLVE coordinator. So far this spring semester, over half of the students enrolled in physics have taken advantage of this valuable resource.