Archive for January, 2005
Students interested in computer-related careers (as well as possibly some math) are invited to go along on the second CSEMS trip of the year, to visit with alumni and alumnae at West in Eagan and learn about career possibilities. We will also see some very cool technology; West is a major internet provider of legal […]
The IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute summer session, June 26 – July 16, 2005, has opportunities for both students and professors. Financial support is available, and the deadline for applications is February 15, 2005. Alumnae/i may be interested in the programs for graduate students and for high school teachers.
The Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), a national research institute supported by The National Science Foundation, is pleased to announce its 2005 Summer Program, Research in Industrial Projects for Students (“RIPS”).
Just ran across this on the AMS’ website – NUMB3RS is a prime-time TV show in which one of the main characters is a mathematician. The character, played by David Krumholtz, uses his mathematical skills to help his FBI agent brother, played by Rob Morrow, solve crimes. The CBS show will premiere Sunday January 23 […]