Santa Clara University

Mathematics and Computer Science department
 

WINTER 2011 NEWS & EVENTS

  • iconCareer Night Dinner at the Adobe Lodge

    Tuesday, 1 February, 5:30 pm.  Join fellow majors, minors, and other interested students, and faculty to hear SCU Math and CS alumni speak about their careers after graduation. Sign-ups are on the Sussman Room door. The cost is $10 for SCU students and $25 for others.  RSVP by January 25.



  • iconFreshman Math Contest

    Interested students should contact Prof. Walden.



  • iconBAMA (Bay Area Mathematical Adventures) Talks

    Santa Clara University, along with San Jose State University, hosts several talks each year by outstanding mathematicians.  The talks are geared toward high school students interested in mathematics.  More information can be found at http://www.mathematicaladventures.org
  • iconGraduating Seniors

     Be sure to see your advisors at the beginning of February to fill out graduation paperwork.

  • iconCSCI 3 Introduction to Computing & Applications

    To be offered in Spring 2011.  This course meets the Technology Core Requirement and covers Boolean logic, number systems, how computers store information, algorithms, impact this technology has on our world and much more, while avoid the more technical details.  Contact Lauri Papay for more information.
  • iconNoyce Teacher Scholarships

    Available to students interested in pursuing a teaching career.  These one-year scholarships will pay for almost 90% of the tuition and fees related to obtaining a teaching credential in the highly respected, fifth-year, post-baccalaureate program in the SCU Department of Education.  Contact Professor McGinley with any questions.  More information at http://www.scu.edu/ecppm/education/academics/noyce.cfm

  • iconFree Tutoring

    • Sussman Room (check schedule on the blackboard opposite the door to O'Connor 31).  Sponsored by Pi Mu Epsilon.
    • Basement of Benson, 7-9pm Sunday through Thursday.  Sponsored by the Drahmann Center.
  • iconGraders needed for MATH/CS courses

    See the list in the Sussman Room.  Students who have taken a course and received an A or B may apply.  Contact the instructor directly.
  • iconNews Archive

    Old news and events here.
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