Santa Clara University

Mathematics and Computer Science department

 

FALL 2008 NEWS & EVENTS (part 2)


  • iconNoyce Scholarships

    Financial assistance available for current SCU students interested in teaching high school mathematics.  Detailed information (including instructions for applying) is available here.
  • iconBAMA Talk

    "Counting Elements in Reflection Groups," by SCU's Rick Scott at Santa Clara University on Wednesday evening, December 3, at 7:30pm.  More information can be found at http://mathematicaladventures.org .
  • iconHigh School Math Contest

    Saturday, November 15, at SCU.  More information may be found here.
  • iconPutnam Mathematics Competition

    Saturday, December 6.  Join other SCU students participating in one of the most prestigious university mathematics competitions given.  Contact Professor Walden for details.
  • iconCSCI 169 - Programming Languages

    Will be offered in Spring 09 with Father Smolarski in addition to CSCI/MATH 166 - Numerical Analysis.  
  • iconCSCI 182 - Digital Steganography (New)

    Offered in Winter 09 (in place of CSCI 162) with Professor Tran.  Recommended for those pursuing an emphasis in cryptography and security.
  • iconMATH 125 - Mathematical Finance (New)

    Offered in Spring 09 with Professor Ostrov (labeled MATH 196 when taught last Spring).  Required for those pursuing a concentration in Mathematical Finance within the Master of Science in Applied Mathematics.
  • iconNews Archive

    Old news and events here.
 
 

FALL 2008 EVENTS


  • iconProblem Solving Seminar

    Organizational Meeting on Wednesday, September 24, 3:30 pm, in the Sussman Room (O'C 31).  Contact Professor Walden for details.
  • iconBAMA Talk

    "Tropical Mathematics" by UC Berkeley's Bernd Sturmfels at Santa Clara University on Friday evening, September 26, at 7:30 pm.  More information can be found at http://mathematicaladventures.org
  • iconTGIF/Open House

    Faculty and staff are cordially invited to a Fall TGIF, co-sponsored by the Math/CS department and the Adobe Lodge on Friday, October 3, 4 - 6 pm at the Adobe Lodge.
  • iconGeneral Meeting

    General Meeting for declared and prospective majors and minors in Mathematics or Computer Science: Wednesday, October 8, at 4:30 pm on the steps of O'Connor Hall.
  • iconMath/CS Society Picnic

    Wednesday, October 8, right after general meeting.  More details will be announced later.
  • iconAlumni Reception

    Arts & Science Building Atrium, Saturday October 18, 5:30 - 6:30 pm.
  • iconPutnam Mathematics Competition

    Saturday, December 6.  Join other SCU students participating in one of the most prestigious university mathematics competitions given.  Contact Professor Walden for details.
 
 

JOBS


  • iconGraders

    Graders are needed for mathematics and computer science courses.  The list is posted in the Sussman Room.  Undergraduates who have taken a course and received an A or B may apply to grade for that course.  To apply, contact the instructor directly.  Pay for grading is restricted to 4 hours/week maximum per course.
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