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Mathematics News

News, events and happenings from the Randolph College mathematics department.

Randolph Mathletes Finish Strong in National Competition
A team of Randolph students scored in the top fifth of all participating colleges and universities in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition.
Science, math, engineering first-year students have started early
This week, 24 students arrived for Randolph's summer transition program, funded with the help of the National Science Foundation.
Seven Students Present Research at the Mid-Atlantic Conference for Undergraduate Scholarship
Research was done in the Randolph College Summer Research Program
No limits: Math, chess, reading, and acting are among new professor's loves
Rob Fisette, a visiting professor teaching mathematics at Randolph while another professor during the Fall 2012 semester, does not believe in limiting people to one discipline.
Randolph Receives $600,000 Grant from the National Science Foundation
The grant, announced on campus Tuesday at Convocation, will provide $599,247 over a five-year period, with the majority of the funding going to student scholarships.
Teaching Teachers
Award-winning Randolph Math & Science Institute for area teachers makes local headlines
Randolph College's Science Festival Scheduled for March 22-25
Multi-day event will offer something for everyone
Katelin Shugart-Schmidt '10 wins Virginia Tech Graduate Woman of the Year Award
Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Profile: Yanpaing Oo 11 - Experiential Learning
Adjusting to language and cultural differences was challengin but the Myanmar native embraced every new experience he could. He was one of the first students to receive the China internship with Energizer Holdings, Inc.
Paul Irwin named to selection committee for M. Gweneth Humphreys Award by Association for Women in Mathematics
Award honors former Randolph-Macon Woman
In the News: Teachers Get Hands On Science Lessons
WDBJ7 coverage of Randolph College's Math and Science Institute and its work at Jubilee Family Development Center
Yesem Kurt Published in International Journal
"Deciphering an Undergraduate Cryptology Course" included in April 2010 issue
Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Barbara Montague '51 Leaves $1.7 Million Gift
Passion for chemistry leads alumna to long, successful career with DuPont
Randolph Students/Faculty Hold Strong Showing at MARCUS Conference
Regional conference promotes scholarship and research activities of undergraduate students