What's Happening

James Le '17
Alumni
James Le '17 turned his skills at analysis into a model that correctly predicated the outcome of the World Soccer Cup, a full month before the final game.
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Professor Sarah Supp
Faculty
Prof. Sarah Supp, who teaches Data Analytics to students from a wide range of fields, in a profile for a Women in STEM series of articles.
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Graduating students tossing their caps
Student News
As mathematics and computer science seniors get ready to go out into the world, they share what they'll be doing in the next few years.
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Awards & Honors
Recently the Denison’s Ohio Iota chapter of the international honor society in mathematics, Pi Mu Epsilon, inducted its newest members.
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professors grilling
Announcements & Updates
To celebrate the end of another great year in the Math and Computer Science department, staff and students got together for our end of the year picnic.
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Hayley LeBlanc
Awards & Honors
Math and Computer Science double major Hayley LeBlanc was named the winner of the Anderson Scholarship for Excellence in Science for 2018-2019.
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child doing math
Service & Awareness
In a collaboration with Jessica Corum '04, Denison students meet with students from Newark High School.
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Lectures & Discussions
This week, the Denison Math and Computer Science Department had the privilege of hosting Mathemagician Art Benjamin
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papers on a table with graphs and text
Lectures & Discussions
Statistician and Consultant, Dale Rhoda, recently visited Denison to share stories of his adventures in statistics.
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top 50 athletes
Student News
Student athletes from the Math and Computer Science Dept. had a stellar night during the recent James T. Glerum '82 Top-50 Scholar-Athlete Celebration.
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person playing a straw instrument
Workshops & Info Sessions
Dr. Wolff taught students how sound travels from an instrument to their ear.
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Students at the Pi-athlon
Ceremonies
Denison Math and Computer Science Department holds its' first-ever Pi-athlon – a competition centered around all things pi.
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Nathalie Miebach sculpture
Lectures & Discussions
Data Scientist, Ecologist, Meteorologist, Sculptor, and Composer are just a few titles that describe Nathalie Miebach.
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 Alexandra Tubbs ('20) and Gaby Pleitez-Gomez ('20) at the 20th Annual Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics
Conferences & Symposia
Students attend the 20th Annual Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics
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Conferences & Symposia
Drs. Mei and Wolff present at Joint Math Meetings
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Jane Bright ’18
Student News
Physics and mathematics major Jane Bright ’18 has published a paper in the Astrophysical Journal.
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Awards & Honors
Our department presents several endowed awards each spring to highly deserving mathematics and computer science students.
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2017 Spring Programming Contest
Contests
Record number of teams participate in Denison's Spring Programming Contest
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Alissa Crans
Lectures & Discussions
Dr. Alissa Crans, Loyola Marymount University Professor of Mathematics will present "A Surreptitious Sequence: The Catalan Numbers"
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Newsletters
Greetings from Granville! My name is Lew Ludwig and I am completing my first year as chairperson of the department.
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fennessey jamie
Student News
Jimmy Fennessey '19 was awarded a grant from the Fulbright Program to participate in the Irish Studies Summer School.
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Scholar Athletes group photo
Awards & Honors
Student athletes with the 50 highest GPAs were presented with awards by faculty members at Six Annual James T. Glerum, Jr. '82 Top-50 Honors Celebration.
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professors on sitting on stage
Film Screenings
A large crowd from Denison and the local community turned out for the Denison Film Society screening of the Oscar-nominated movie Hidden Figures.
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spreadsheet_and_computer
Student News
Mara Kilgore talks about the advantages of the OnBoard courses through the Knowlton Center.
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andrew and wei
Student News
Denison fields three teams at this year's Four College Mathematics Contest.
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Spencer Brooks to present "How Data Scientists are Keeping us on the Toilet"
Lectures & Discussions
Found out how data scientists are keeping us on the toilet a little longer while we match 3, build armies, and solve puzzles.
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Jake Tawney ’00 recently gave an engaging presentation interweaving the history, mathematics, and politics that lead to this particular number that is so important to our democracy.
Alumni
Most students of American History recall that the US House of Representatives has 435 seats. Why is this the case?
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Lectures & Discussions
Like puzzles? Like math? Like cake? Like frosting? Then you are going to LOVE this talk!
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Prof. White research visitor at Macquarie University
Faculty
During winter break, Prof. White was a research visitor at Macquarie University in Sydnetm Australia.
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mei
Faculty
We are pleased to announce that Dr. May Mei, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, was awarded the Bayley Bowen Fellowship.
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Granville, OH 43023
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