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Cao to Offer Workshops on Statistical Software R

Yongtao Cao will offer two workshops on using the free statistical software R on March 30–31.

Shahmohamad Presents on Energy of Graphs

Graph energy is a topic of great interest in mathematical chemistry as well as mathematics. In his talk, Hossein Shahmohamad compiles and summarizes many of the recent discoveries and progress made on this topic

IUP Hosting Professor of Physics and Astronomy for Lectures on Physics of Musical Instruments and Changing Climate of Women in Science

Laurie McNeil, a nationally recognized condensed matter-materials physicist, will be at Indiana University of Pennsylvania on February 9 and 10 to present three programs as the spring 2023 IUP Sigma Xi distinguished speaker.

Math Club to Meet During Spring Semester

The Math Club will meet every two weeks during the spring semester.

Free Mathematics Tutoring Available

The Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences announces free tutoring sessions for introductory mathematics courses

Mathematics and Computer Science Tutoring Available

The Mathematical and Computer Sciences Department announces tutoring times for the fall 2022 semester.

Math Club to Meet During Fall Semester

The Math Club will meet on alternate Wednesdays during the Common Hour in Stright Hall, room 202.

Mathematics Faculty Selected for Fulbright Scholarship

Yu-ju Kuo, professor of mathematics in Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Department of Mathematical and Computer Science, has been selected for a 2022–23 Fulbright US Scholar fellowship to Bhutan.

Long Presents at Mathematics Teacher Educators Conference

Valerie Long gave two presentations at the February 2022 Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Conference in Henderson, Nevada.

Leverenz to Speak on Military and Security Applications of Operations Research

Jonathon Leverenz will give a talk on the role of operations research in military and security applications and will hold a Q&A session with students about careers on February 18, 2022.

Math Club Sets Meetings for Spring 2022

The IUP Math Club will meet on every other Tuesday in Stright Hall room 202 for the remainder of the spring 2022 semester.

Computer Science and Mathematics Tutoring Available

The Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences announces free tutoring sessions for their introductory mathematics and statistics courses and for core Computer Science classes.

S-COAM Program to Offer Two MATLAB Workshops

The S-COAM Program will offer two workshops on using MATLAB, a programming language and numeric computing environment.

IUP Students Attend Pre-Service Teacher Day

On November 6, 2021, IUP mathematics education students attended the Western Pennsylvania Pre-Service Teacher Day at Duquesne University.

Colen Tapped for Mathematics Curriculum Quality Lead for Praxis Prep Course

Yong Colen served as the Mathematics Curriculum Quality Control Lead for Public Consulting Group and Educational Testing Service, overseeing the quality of the Praxis preparation course to improve prospective teachers’ knowledge of mathematics.

Dr. Sumanth Swaminathan to Give Two Applied Mathematics Lectures

Dr. Sumanth Swaminathan will be giving two lectures as part of the SIAM Visiting Lecture Series on Friday, April 22.

S-COAM Program to Give 3D Printing Workshops

The S-COAM Program will give two 3D printing workshops on October 13 and 27 in Stright Hall, room 220, from 6:30-8:00PM.

Math Club Sets Meetings for Fall 2021

The IUP Math Club will meet on every other Friday during the Common Hour (11:30-12:30) in Stright Hall room 202 for the remainder of the Fall, 2021 semester.

Colen Publishes Article on Standard Multiplication Algorithm

Yong S. Colen published “Where’s the Procedural Fluency?: U.S. Fifth Graders’ Demonstration of the Standard Multiplication Algorithm” in the Journal of the Korean Society of Mathematical Education, Series D: Research in Mathematical Education.

Math is Freedom: A Journey from Prison to PhD

If you dive deep into it, you'll discover that math is more than numbers and symbols. For IUP graduate Vincent Thompson, math is freedom. It's helped him grow, communicate, and even turn his life around.

Meet and Greet for Applied Mathematics Student Organization

The IUP SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics) Student Chapter will be holding a welcome meeting on Friday, September 10 from 6:00 to 7:00 PM

Chrispell to Give Science Inspires Series Talk on Moving Strange Fluids in Unique Ways

John Chrispell, a mathematician in the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, will be giving the next talk in the Science Inspires Series, titled “Fluids, Ratchets, and Transportation: Moving Strange Fluids in a Unique Way.” His talk will be held on Thursday, March 18, at 4:30 p.m. via Zoom.

Cao Writes Paper, Creates App for COVID-19 Detection

Yongtao Cao, a statistician in the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, has written a paper on monitoring the SARS-CoV-2 virus in wastewater, and has written an app to predict the number of COVID-19 cases for a provided SARS-CoV-2 concentration level in the wastewater.

S-COAM Scholars Discuss Careers at Alumni Panel

Alumni who participated in the Scholarships-Creating Opportunities for Applying Mathematics (S-COAM) program at IUP will be meeting virtually with current IUP students to discuss their career paths.  The meeting will be held via Zoom on Wednesday, March 10, from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Mathematics Students Participate in COMAP Modeling Contest

A team of mathematics students—Mikayla Dokos, Elizabeth Lees, and Micayla Schambura—participated in the Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications Mathematical Contest in Modeling on February 4–8, 2021.