Archive for January, 2007

Gustavus Math Student Blogs from Budapest

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, has many attractions, but for math students the number-one draw is the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics, a program that allows North American students to benefit from what Donald Knuth has called the world’s most successful educational system for pure mathematics. This year Gustavus math major Betsy Langowski is among those […]

Wolfe Publishes Lessons in Play

Professor David Wolfe is among the co-authors of a newly released textbook, Lessons in Play: An Introduction to the Combinatorial Theory of Games. Publisher A K Peters describes the book as a “formal, yet playful, introduction to the subject.” The other co-authors are Michael Albert of the University of Otago in New Zealand and Richard […]

Instructor and Technology Coordinator Position

Gustavus Adolphus College invites nominations and applications for a renewable, non-tenure-track position of Instructor of Statistics (or Math) and Departmental Technology Coordinator for the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science to begin in the summer of 2007.