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Change agent: Michael Young
Michael Young wants to help students excel in science, technology, engineering and math by bridging the cultural divide that exists in many public schools.
February 21, 2017
Math Matters Problems E3 Solution
See the solution to problem E3 from the Math Matters magazine!
February 20, 2017
Math Matters Problems E2 Solution
Did you catch the latest edition of Math Matters? In it we included some favorite problems from the Problem of the Week archives. Problems are classified as E (easy), M (medium), H (hard) and C (clear your calendar!). Our second […]
February 6, 2017
MOCA boosts student retention and success at Iowa State
The primary goal of the Mathematicians of Color Alliance, better known as MOCA, is to recruit and retain underrepresented graduate students. But this student organization is doing much more to mentor and help students make Iowa State home.
January 24, 2017
Math Matters Problems E1 Solution
Did you catch the latest edition of Math Matters? In it we included some favorite problems from the Problem of the Week archives. Problems are classified as E (easy), M (medium), H (hard) and C (clear your calendar!). Our first […]
January 23, 2017
Conference opportunity inspires undergraduate student to pursue research
Through a nearby one-day conference, John Sawatzky, a senior in mathematics, confirmed his interest in functional analysis research.
December 8, 2016
Math student in ISU Programming Team Advances to World Finals
Yuxiang Zhang, a senior in Mathematics, and his teammates will advance to the Association for Computing Machinery’s world finals programming competition May 20, 2017, after finishing in the top three of 232 teams in a regional competition.
November 17, 2016
Bolles brings active learning to mathematics education
Heather Bolles uses Team-Based Learning to engage students and improve their understanding of mathematics.
November 15, 2016
Iowa State sends nineteen to AMS Conference
Iowa State sent nineteen graduate students and faculty to the American Mathematical Society Fall Sectional meeting in Minneapolis to present research and network with colleagues from other universities.
November 10, 2016
Joint KI-Net Lecture/CAM Seminar - Dr. Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin, Univ. of Maryland
Monday, November 14th, 2:10PM, 401 Carver Hall Title: Mean Field Limit and Propagation of Chaos for Vlasov Systems with Bounded Forces Abstract: We consider large systems of particles interacting through rough but bounded interaction kernels. We are able to control […]
November 9, 2016
Department of Mathematics
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