Archive for October, 2005
A.I. may be the topic of many a sci-fi book/film/graphic novel. However, as many of you may already know, Alan Turing and some of his fellow early computer scientists put some serious philosophical and mathematical brain-power into working out how to invent intelligence through technology, and just what sorts of tests would be needed to […]
A discussion with alumni about teaching positions Godfather’s Pizza, back room, 5:30pm, November 18, 2005 Pizza and soft drinks will be served This event is for students interested in teaching mathematics in secondary schools. Math majors ranging from the class of 1999 to the class of 2005 will come back to talk about their varied […]
Here is a sampling of what various graduates of our department are up to.
A discussion with recent grads about employment Godfather’s Pizza, back room, 6:15pm, November 10, 2005 Pizza and soft drinks will be served This event is for math majors interested in careers outside of the computing and teaching areas; other events are adressing those two areas. Math majors who graduated over the last handful of years […]
A discussion with recent grads about employment Godfather’s Pizza, back room, 6:15pm, October 18, 2005 Pizza and soft drinks will be served This event is for students interested in computing careers, whether they are majoring in computer science or in math. MCS majors who graduated over the last handful of years will come back to […]
We’ve got a great opportunity to see how information technology is deployed on a large scale, and to learn about it from Gustie alumni among others. On Wednesday, October 12th, I have arranged for a bus trip up to Thomson Legal and Regulatory (TLR) in Eagan, a southern suburb of the twin cities. We will […]