Math Department News
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Three computer science students recently competed in a programming contest at the Consortium for Computing Sciences in College – Northeast Region conference at Siena College on April 12 and 13.
The Department of Mathematical and Computing Sciences recently announced the induction of four new members of the New York Alpha Sigma Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon at St. John Fisher College.
St. John Fisher College Mathematics majors Erin Weld and Christopher Manzella presented their undergraduate research work at the 20th Annual Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference at Williams College in Williamstown, MA, on April 6.
Douglas Llewellyn, adjunct faculty member for the graduate program in Mathematics/Science/ Technology Education (GMST), recently published an article in the March issue of Science Scope,
the middle school journal for the National Science Teachers Association.
Dr. Donald Muench, professor in the Mathematical and Computing Sciences Department, has had an article published in the January 2013 issue of the PanAmerican Mathematical Journal.
St. John Fisher College Noyce Scholars Carolyn Barone and Michaela Nelson traveled to Boston October 11-13 for the 2012 Noyce Northeast Regional Meeting.
On September 30, Dr. Bernard Ricca, Director of the Graduate Program in Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education, led a workshop at the American Chemical Society (ACS) North East Regional Meeting’s (NERM) Science Teacher Day.
Ten middle school students from Rochester’s World of Inquiry School, plus two St. John Fisher College graduate students, and a handful of games that tie back to mathematics equal a full two weeks of challenging and rewarding Summer Math Camp at the College.
Dr. Bernard Ricca, Director of the Graduate Program in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, has had a paper published in "Complicity: An International Journal of Complexity and Education."