Internships & Activities
Qualified senior students can partake in internships at local-area companies such as Xerox, Kodak, and Paychex. There are also often opportunities for part-time jobs, of which we are notified from time to time. These opportunities provide significant work experience that can lead to permanent employment. Qualifications and guidelines for math internships are available from Professor Liz Leboffe at email@example.com.
Math Awareness Month
Each April, the College celebrates Math Awareness Month with talks by faculty and special guests.
The Math Club is a student group for math majors or anyone interested in the pursuit of mathematics. For more information, please contact Dr. Erica Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Mark McKinzie at email@example.com.
There are many jobs as tutors available in the Math Center for those who are qualified. Qualified students have the opportunity to be lab assistants to the Computer Lab Coordinator and also to be instructional lab assistants.
Upcoming Math Events
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Recent Math Events
Thu., April 18, 2013 at 12:30 PMPresenter: Dr. Howard Skogman
SUNY Brockport Solving More Realistic Graph Theory Problems Abstract: Graph theory is often used to model problems such as traffic flow on roads, network activity, etc. However, typically the models make some unreasonable assumptions, for example that the connectedness of vertices is constant and deterministic. In the road/city model this assumes that roads are never congested and traffic can always flow at the maximum speed. In this talk we will describe some new approaches to solving the "heat equation" on graphs in situations where the degrees of connectedness are non-constant and involve a random component. This work is joint with Dr. Marvin Minei (PMRF, Kauai), and Amy VanHooft who is an undergraduate student at the College at Brockport. Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by the Department of Mathematical and Computing Sciences.