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Applied Mathematics News

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The department is excited about the new articulation agreement signed with Carroll Community College.  Students who receive a Physical Science AS with Physics from Carroll can directly and seamlessly transfer to the Applied Math major at Stevenson!  After the students complete their degree at Carroll, they can easily complete their BS in Applied Math in the Scientific Track in two additional years.  

Special thanks to Dr. Sarah Blanset, math faculty member, for her work on this articulation agreement.  Shown here is the signing ceremony with Stevenson University President, Dr. Elliot Hirshman (front left), and Carroll Community College President, Dr. James Ball (front right), along with academic administrators from Stevenson and Carroll, including Dr. Ellen Roskes (back left), SU Math/Physics Department Chair.

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The Fall Research and Internship Poster Session was well attended by other students, family and supporters.  Here are some of our students presenting posters and standing with friends and family members.

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The School of the Sciences Fall Research and Internship Poster Session was a huge success.  In our department, all Applied Math seniors participated in an internship during their senior year and presented their experiences.  In addition, two Applied Math underclassmen participated in research in the department and they also presented the results of their experiences.  The event was exciting and interesting for both the presenters and the attendees.  

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Applied Math Senior, Rebecca Gruver, completed her Honors Capstone Internship at Booz Allen Hamilton in Annapolis Junction, Maryland.  For her Capstone project, Rebecca studied the following topic, "Are Plug-ins and Software Sufficient to Combat Fake News?"  Rebecca presented her work twice- once as a seminar and once at the School of the Sciences Fall Poster Session.  Both presentations were excellent.  Rebecca has been an intern at Booz Allen Hamilton over the past two summers.  After she graduates in May, Rebecca will begin working fulltime at Booz Allen Hamilton.  Congratulations!

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The Department of Mathematics and Physics wishes everyone a Happy Holiday Season!