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Dr. Mark Branson entered this years’ annual Chili Cookoff with an interestingly named chili: Dr. Branson’s 10log(1000)cos(pi/3)squroot(9) Alarm Chili. The chili had a pungent aroma of ginger, cinnamon, and coriander before it even hit the pallet of the judge’s mouth. The pulled chicken combined with over 10 other seasonings gave this chili a strong and unique flavor. The judges must have also enjoyed this different spin on a chili, because it won the award “Most Unusual” among all 13 contestants.  Congratulations on this delicious victory!

Applied Math junior Dalis Carter is interested in a career in Actuarial Science.  She loves her math courses and is active in all department activities.  In addition, Dalis is the Vice President of the SU Phi Beta Lambda, the National Business Society, and she models for the Black Student Union Allure Models. 

Applied Math freshmen with their instructor, Dr. Ben Wilson, participated in and enjoyed the 2015 Lego Challenge. With music and food in the background, they depicted Career ArchitectureSM using legos. The math freshmen made a graphing calculator and put photos of each of them where the numbers would go - each depicting a number.  The graph clearly shows that as a student increases tools and experience, career opportunities also increase.  They did a great job and a good time was had by all!

Sean Dougherty '14 works as a Financial Analyst at Maxim Healthcare in Columbia, MD.  Sean completed his capstone internship at Maxim in Fall 2014....Click here to read more.

Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist, best-selling author, and a popularizer of science. He helped found the string field theory and he continues Einstein's search to unite the four fundamental forces of nature into one unified theory that will summarize all physical laws of the universe. Dr. Kaku was also featured in the full-length 90 minute feature film Me and Isaac Newton, which was nominated for an Emmy in 2001. In 2008, he also became a host on the Discovery Channel, hosting their Sunday lineup of shows. He currently hosts a national weekly radio program called “Science Fantastic” that airs in 130 cities across the US.

Dr. Kaku will be coming to Stevenson during the day on November 17th, 2015 around lunchtime. Be on the lookout for more information! 

 
 
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