Department of Mathematics
Meet new mathematics faculty: Prof. Hanson
Prof. Hanson comes to CCNY as an assistant professor starting Spring 2016. His research lies in discrete probability and statistical mechanics with specializations in first-passage percolation, the Abelian sandpile, and random walks on critical percolation clusters. His 2013 doctoral degree in physics is from Princeton University and he comes to CCNY from a Zorn Postdoctoral Fellow position at Indiana University.
Welcome to the Math Club page!
Executive Committee, 2015-2016
President: Dalton Bermudez
Vice-President: Anastasiia Chorna
Treasurer: Cameron Dudley
Secretary: Jose Pascual
Faculty Advisor: Bianca Santoro
To promote community amongst math enthusiasts at CCNY.
To keep math related majors apprised of career, research, and scholarship opportunities.
To encourage the appreciation of the beauty and wonders of mathematics.
How to Become a Math Club Member:
- CUNY Math Challenge
Regardless of your major, if you are a matriculated CUNY undergraduate student and enjoy math problems, the CUNY Math Challenge is for you!
$2,500 Grand Prize!
Sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs and the CUNY Institute for Software Design and Development(CISDD) and supported by the Office of the Chancellor, the CUNY Math Challenge seeks to identify and reward CUNY's best math talent. Students are invited to compete for cash prizes ranging from $100 up to a grand prize of $2,500. Winners of the second round will receive $100, and in the final round, $500 to a grand prize of $2,500.
Find out more at http://math.cisdd.org/
- 2016 Nebraska Summer Research Program at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
The program offers students an excellent opportunity to hone research skills and to experience life as a graduate student. Students will enhance their academic resume, work closely with faculty and peers, and have fun with social and professional development activities, all while receiving numerous benefits. Students historically underrepresented in graduate education are especially encouraged to apply. Due to funding restrictions, participation is limited to U.S. citizens or Permanent Residents (those holding a green card.) All programs for 2016 are listed at unl.edu/summerprogram and include projects in Biochemistry, Plant Science/Pathology, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Microbiology, Mechanical Engineering, Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, Optics and Laser Physics, Psychology, Redox Biology, Sociology, and Virology. The online application makes it easy for students to apply for up to three different research groups. Priority review of applications begins Monday, February 1 and all applications are due by Monday, March 1.
The Mathematics Advanced Study Semesters (MASS) program started in the Fall of 1996 and is held during the Fall semester of each year. The program combines advanced learning with research initiation and provides a highly charged interactive environment among a critical mass of talented and motivated students and a committed group of strong research faculty and top graduate students. For most of its participants, the MASS program serves as a spring board to graduate schools in mathematics.
The program consists of three courses chosen from major areas in Algebra, Analysis, and Geometry respectively, specially designed and offered exclusively to MASS participants, and a weekly working seminar. Additional features include colloquium-type lectures by visiting mathematicians and mathematical projects involving research and creative use of computers.
Participants are selected from applicants who will be juniors or seniors in the following academic year (sophomores may be admitted in some cases). All participants are expected to have demonstrated a sustained interest in mathematics and a high level of mathematical ability and to have mastered basic techniques of mathematical proof. The expected background includes a full calculus sequence, basic linear algebra, a transition course with proofs (such as discrete mathematics) and advanced calculus or basic real analysis. The search for participants is nationwide. International applications are invited as well. Each participant is selected based on academic record, two recommendation letters from faculty, and an essay (international applicants should demonstrate their mastery of English).
Successful applicants currently enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities will be awarded the Penn State MASS Fellowship which reduces the tuition to the in-state level. Best efforts will be made not to increase their out of pocked expenses.
MASS Program Department of Mathematics The Pennsylvania State University 107 McAllister Building University Park, PA 16802 Phone: 814-863-8730 FAX: 814-865-3735 E-mail: email@example.com Web: http://www.math.psu.edu/mass/
- Information Session: MS in Biostatistics at the Mailman School of Public Health Columbia University
December 16, 2015 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Rosenfield Building, 722 W. 168th Street Hess Commons (Entry Level Floor)
Do you enjoy the interplay between math and science? Want to make a difference in the world? A career in Biostatistics might be the fit for you! Biostatisticians play a key role in the design, conduct, and analysis of research studies and they develop new methods to address emerging problems.
The Department of Biostatistics invites you to attend an information session about our Master of Science degree. The session will include an overview of the department and the degree/tracks, a presentation by faculty, information about the admissions process, and an opportunity to ask questions to faculty and current students. Light refreshments will be provided.
Learn more about our MS degree and the various tracks
Quick facts about our department:
Our faculty are leaders in the fields of genetics, brain science, clinical trials and personalized medicine. Our alumni hold positions at Eli Lilly, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York State Psychiatric Institute, Accenture, among many other domestic and international organizations. Our students come from all over the United States as well as from all over the world. If you plan on attending the information session, we encourage you to RSVP.
For any questions regarding the event, please contact: Justine Herrera at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- AWM Chapter Event: Monday, October 5, 12:30-1:30pm, Shepard Hall, Room 1, SMART Classroom
Dr. Kathrin Maurischat (Heidelberg University, Germany)
Dr. Maurischat will join us for an informal discussion about topics related to conducting math research and being a woman in math. Pizza lunch will be provided.