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To make a difference during Stevenson's Weekend of Women, the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) Student Chapter held a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.  Fewer than 20 percent of the 1.5 million biographies on English Wikipedia are about women. So, the group researched and improved the pages for female mathematicians.  Good work, good conversation, and good snacks made for a good time by all!

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Dr. Mark Branson was asked how COVID has changed how he teaches/interacts with students?

"One of the good things about COVID is the flexibility it's given us in how we interact with students. With virtual office hours, it's much easier for students to come and ask me a question - rather than having to walk all the way across campus, they can just log in and ask. Several of my students use office hours now to work on their homework, and when they get stuck or confused, sign in and ask me immediately. I also have a lot of students who use course recordings to catch up or review topics that they're struggling with. Even when we're back face-to-face, I'm looking forward to using these tools to help support my students."


Congratulations to applied math senior, Alayna Roesener, on receiving the 2020 Math and Physics Department Service Award! This award is given each May to the graduating senior in the department who has made significant, sustained contributions to the department and to the school. Alayna has participated in and taken a leadership role all of our activities and events. She is a regular at Math Tea, our recruitment events, Spring Spectacular, Mathstravaganza and the department’s annual Hurricane Relief Bake Sale. Alayna is an integral part of our department and we’re excited to give her this well-deserved award!

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The department is pleased to welcome our six new math freshmen (one not pictured) who are joining us this fall!  The students are planning careers in actuarial science, teaching, business and various applications of math.  We look forward to working with you over the next 4 years!

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