Tell us about yourself. I graduated from Gustavus in 2010 with a degree in Mathematics. I am currently an assistant professor at the Simon Business School, University of Rochester.
Tell us about yourself. I graduated from Gustavus in 1998 with degrees in Chemistry and Computer Science. I am currently working as an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Hood College in Frederick, MD
Six MCS Students went to Macalester College this past Saturday to participate in the regional ACM Intercollegiate Programming Contest. One of our teams ranked third out of a total of seventeen teams contested at the site. Two Macalester teams solved 5 out of 12 problems, and team Gustavus1 solved 4. Participants enjoyed the rigorous brain […]
Tell us about yourself. I graduated from Gustavus in 1998 with a degree in Math. I am currently working at Samaritan Ministries - Business Intelligence
Seminar: Thursday, October 27, 3:30-4:30 Olin Hall 321 The students below will give a student panel on Thursday to describe their experiences. Below they’ve provided a few details of their experiences, as well as links to the website for information/applications. Note that some of the links may connect to the 2016 info; continue to check […]
Tell us about yourself. I graduated from Gustavus in 1998 with a degree in Math/Computer Science, Secondary Education. I’m currently the Executive Director of Technology & Data Services for Lakeville Area Public Schools. I’m also heavily involved in Statistics Education through the AP Reading, developing media for high school and college stats packages, and authored "Strive for a 5: Preparing for the AP Statistics Exam".
Tell us about yourself. I graduated from Gustavus in 2016 with a degree in Computer Science. I am currently working at Lockheed Martin as an Associate Software Engineer How did the MCS department help you get where you are today? Providing me with knowledge, as well as guidance during my job search. What is your […]
Speaker: Emily Gunawan, Gustavus Adolphus College Originally studied by Conway and Coxeter, frieze patterns appeared in various recreational mathematics publications in the 1970s. Friezes are super fun! And you’ll get to see lots of colorful pictures during this talk. A finite integer frieze pattern comes from a triangulation of a polygon. We will discuss how […]
An exhibit entitled In Search of Truth by Professor Emeritus Lois Peterson will be shown at Carnegie Art Center (120 S. Broad Street, Mankato, MN). The exhibit runs from October 6 through October 22 with the opening reception on Saturday October 8 from 7-9PM. The work in this exhibit was partially motivated by conversations with […]
Tell us about yourself. I graduated from Gustavus in 2011 with a degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science. I am currently getting my M.S. in Civil Engineering (Water Resources) from the University of New Mexico. I plan to finish early next Spring 2017.