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Applied Math junior, Rebecca Gruver, spent her summer at Booz Allen Hamilton, a management consulting firm, as part of the 2017 National Security Scholars Program.  This prestigious program offers substantial scholarships and assistance with national security clearance processing.  

Rebecca loved her experience!  She used her applied math background to work on projects in computer science and engineering.  Rebecca did such a great job that she has already been invited back for another internship for summer 2018!

This summer, Applied Math Senior, Gerald Roman-Gonzalez, completed his capstone internship at the Social Security Administration (SSA).  He worked in the Office of Research, Demonstration and Employment Support. During his internship, Gerald used SAS tools (software used for analytics, analyses and data management) to help SSA researchers identify homeless individuals in the disability applicant pool. Gerald had a wonderful summer at SSA!

Math sophomore, Rebecca Gruver, was selected for a summer internship through the National Security Scholars Program (NSSP)....Click here to read more.

At the Paul Lack Scholars Showcase, math faculty member, Dr. Ben Wilson, presented the work that he and math junior Gerald  Roman-Gonzalez did this past summer in our S3RP Program .  The annual Scholars Showcase event allows faculty to share with the Stevenson community what research is being conducted across the various departments.  Dr. Wilson's talk, "A Mathematical Analysis of  Constructed Languages" was well attended and well received by all those present.  

Applied Math junior, Gerald Roman-Gonzalez presented the research he did with math faculty member, Dr. Benjamin Wilson, at the undergraduate poster session at the Joint Mathematics Meeting in Atlanta.  The poster, titled "A Mathematical Analysis of Language", was a big hit! Gerald's trip was supported by a grant from the Mathematical Association of America.   Gerald loved attending the meeting in Atlanta and learned so much from this experience!

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