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Applied Mathematics News

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Student presenting research

student presenting research

Our summer research program concluded with a day of research talks as students presented their summer research projects to peers and Stevenson faculty and staff. It was a wonderful day and summer for all of the S3RP research students and their faculty mentors.  Alayna Roesener presented research in a talk titled "Analyzing the Effects of the Recommendations from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics on High School Mathematics." Joshua Lang presented research in a talk titled "Predictability and Information Entropy of Musical Compositions."  Both students conducted research with Dr. Ben Wilson, math faculty member.  

Students with sign

students and faculty

Student presenting

Student presenting

Applied Mathematics majors Alayna Roesener and Joshua Lang attended the MAA MathFest mathematics conference in Cincinnati along with math faculty Dr. Mark Branson and Dr. Ben Wilson. Both students presented talks based on research done with Dr. Wilson through Stevenson's S3RP summer research program. Dr. Branson and Dr. Wilson also presented at the conference.

student at company sign

This summer, senior Applied Math major, Caroline Dangel, is completing her Capstone internship at M.G. Brown and Associates, a financial planning firm of Ameriprise Financial.  She is working with a paraplanner who then works under Mel Brown, a certified financial advisor.  Caroline handles client profiles using the Ameriprise software and addresses concerns that clients may have regarding their accounts. Caroline really likes seeing the financial side of business and can see herself pursuing a career in the financial advisory field.  In her words, "I have learned so much already which I feel will prepare me for my potential future career in the finance field."  Caroline has been invited to continue working at the firm part-time through the rest of her senior year.

athlete pictured

Congratulations to Jess Rega, who just graduated in May, on being named to the 10-member Middle Atlantic Conference All-Academic Team this week for her performance on the Stevenson women's outdoor track and field team and her academic success. Jess has received many awards:  she captured the shot put championship at the MAC outdoor track and field championship in early May and was named USTFCCCA All-Region in the shot put for the fourth time in her career.

student with President

Warmest congratulations to Rebecca Gruver on her graduation with a BS in Applied Math and on her receiving the John Mitchell Graduation Award.  The John Mitchell Award is presented at Commencement to the student who has best demonstrated outstanding service to his or her community in a way that exemplifies the values of Stevenson University’s mission.  Rebecca served SU by being a Student Coordinator and Tutor at the Academic Link, serving in Mission I'm Home throughout her years at SU and her participation in our weekly Math Tea.

 
 
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