by Kristin M. Distel Erik Hieta-aho and Javier Ronquillo Rivera, doctoral students in the Mathematics Department, spent part of their summer teaching mathematics to middle school students. Hieta-aho, who studies algebra and coding theory, worked at Loyola Marymount University as part of the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. Ronquillo […]Read more ›
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“At the Voinovich School, I gained real world skills that have helped prepare me for industry and academia while creating a positive impact on the world,” says Abdalah El-Barrad, a double-major in Economics and Applied Mathematics. He was an Undergraduate Research Scholar with the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public […]Read more ›
From Compass Three College of Arts & Sciences faculty—five Ohio University faculty members in total—are among the more than 65 educators from across the state recognized in Ohio Magazine’s annual “Excellence in Education” issue. The three are Dr. Klaus Himmeldirk, Senior Lecturer of Chemistry & Biochemistry; Dr. Lauren McMills, Assistant […]Read more ›
By Zulfa Rizqiya From Compass The Ohio University Foundation Board of Trustees welcomes four new trustees to the Bobcat family this fall. Mathematics alum David “Dave” P. Levy joins, along with Casey A. Christopher, Dr. Daryl R. Sybert, and R. Scott Durcanin. They were elected to the board during the […]Read more ›
Mathematics alumni Jacob Robertson ’13 visited campus in October to talk to fellow Actuarial Science major about careers—and to conduct internship interviews for his employer, Erie Insurance. A team from Erie Insurance held an information session for Actuarial Sciences majors on Oct. 6 and conducted campus interviews for interns on […]Read more ›
WOUB airs the film Navajo Math Circles on Thursday, Nov. 3 at 9 p.m. The film features work by Dr. Robert Klein, Associate Professor of Mathematics at Ohio University. Hundreds of Navajo children in recent years have found themselves at the center of a lively collaboration with mathematicians from around […]Read more ›
By Jacob Williamson (B.S. Astrophysics & B.S. Mathematics, Class of 2017) I worked with Dr. Ryan Chornock in Physics & Astronomy during the summer 2015 on classification of supernovae based on light curves and spectral data. Specifically, I focused on one supernova from 2005, SN 2005da, which was classified as a […]Read more ›