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Applied Mathematics News

The Stevenson University Department of Mathematics and Physics will host the “Mathstravaganza” as part of this year’s Maryland STEM Festival. The event will include several interactive math exhibits and games which will be accessible to all ages and mathematical backgrounds. Some of the interactive exhibits include a giant Tower of Hanoi mathematical puzzle, the Chaos Game fractal generator, a station to create minimal surfaces with soap bubbles, a Prisoner’s Dilemma simulation, and the Monty Hall Problem probability game.​ For more information contact Dr. Benjamin Wilson at bwilson4@stevenson.edu.

Last week, all Stevenson freshman and transfer students participated in the annual LEGO building challenge. This event allowed students to create innovative LEGO structures that symbolized the three parts of Career Architecture: personal direction, discipline expertise, and professional know-how. Congratulations to Dr. Ben Wilson's Math SCI 100 section on a job well done!

We're really looking forward to seeing our alumni on October 20th!  To register, for the event, please visit:  https://sualumni.ticketleap.com/school-of-the-sciences-alumni-affinity-event/t/facebook/

Congratulations to Dr. Ben Wilson and his new wife Sydney on their recent marriage!  They got married earlier this month in North Carolina.  The department surprised Dr. Wilson with an SU celebration! 

Our two physics fulltime faculty members, Dr. Will Hodge and Dr. Neal Miller, are excited to be teaching in the two new physics laboratories! The new labs provide a better opportunity for students to get hands on experience while developing and conducting experiments. Dr. Miller is especially excited for the new computers and equipment in the laboratory, “The computers and interfaces will improve the accuracy of results and allow for easy collection and display of data.” Overall, the laboratory experience will be more conducive for students to develop laboratory skills and expand their knowledge of and understanding of physics. Both Dr. Hodge and Dr. Miller are enjoying teaching in the new labs and facilitating students' learning.  

 
 
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