Wednesday, November 13, 5:00 – 6:00 PM in Swart 217
presented by Eric Boll, Mathematics and Computer Science Major
In theory, math should be fun, right? “Yes” is most definitely the answer if you ask Ken Price, associate math professor at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, and his student John Dewitt, a senior secondary education math major. Together — and with the help of the Student Titan Employment Program (STEP) — the duo came together to both share their love of mathematics as well as to research a type of puzzle that Price had previously created called an arrowgram.
The Outstanding Service Award recognizes excellence of service that touches each member of the University community.
The John McNaughton Rosebush Professorship recognizes UW Oshkosh faculty members for teaching, professional achievement and public service. Nominees are considered in a selection process by a panel representing all University governance groups.
The UWO Mathematics Department is delighted announce the publication of its second annual spring newsletter!
Mathematics Education Study Abroad to China
Offering a focus on mathematics education in other cultures, Eric Kuennen has designed, organized and led extraordinary study abroad trips to Peru and China.
Liem Nguyen graduates with a major in mathematics and chemistry. In January, she was a prize winner in the Mathematical Association of America Undergraduate Poster contest.
The following faculty Q&A was submitted by the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Faculty Advocacy Committee, a committee of the Faculty Senate. Jennifer Szydlik, professor of mathematics and 2010 Regents Teaching Excellence Award recipient, wrote the introduction.
Parity of K-regular Partition Functions.
Parity of k-regular Partition Functions
The UW Oshkosh McNair Program is sponsoring: Nathan Harris, NCUR presenter on Solving Eternity II: Edge Matching Puzzles
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is partnering with nine northeastern Wisconsin school districts in a new professional development program for fourth through eighth grade teachers.