The Mathematics Department offers a broad, in-depth curriculum for exploring all aspects of mathematics – including quantities, changes, abstraction, structure and space – through small, engaging classroom settings. Within the department there is a great sense of discovery and collaboration as students and faculty are active in research, journal publication, conference presentations, mathematics competitions and many have received distinguished awards and recognition.
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Adam Goyt, mathematics, gave the talk “Packing Set Partitions: A New Hope” at the 12th International Permutation Patterns Conference at East Tennessee State University. The talk provided the solution of a conjecture about packing non-layered set partitions. The abstract is below. Abstract-Lippay
Wally Sizer, mathematics, attended the Progress on Difference Equations 2014 conference May 21-24 in Izmir, Turkey, and presented the paper, “The Equation x(n+1) = ([x(n)]^k)/x(n-1)”. The conference was attended by about 100 mathematicians from Asia, Europe, Africa, and North America.
Mike Miller, Mathematics, and Elementary Education majors Anna Adrover and Trista Bentler presented “No Borrowing Allowed!” at the Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference in Duluth on Friday, May 2nd. The presentation involved three alternative strategies to the standard subtraction algorithm.
Dr. Tim Harms, along with students Monica Maus, Joanna Rogness, Holly Amundson, & Ashley Borchardt presented a talk titled “Technology Tools for Secondary Mathematics” at the Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics Spring Conference in Duluth, May 3rd, 2014.
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