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Undergraduate News

  • Got a good TA? Nominate them to receive the Math Department's Teaching Assistant Award
  • Congratulations to Joseph Woodworth and Jason Wong!  Joseph has been awarded a 2011 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate
    Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Fellowship, and Jason has been appointed as one of NOAA's 2011 Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholars.  Congratulations!
  • In Winter 2010, the Mathematics and Computer Science departments launched a new, 1-credit, online Introduction to MATLAB course, to help prepare students for other courses that use MATLAB (in particular, in the Math courses 240, 241, 246, 461). Now offered as MATH/CMSC 206, this course will run in the first weeks of each semester starting Spring 2011.
  • In Winter 2010, the Mathematics Department launched a new, 2-credit Condensed Introduction to Analysis, a condensed and intensive preparation for MATH 410.
  • Professor Larry Washington was the 2009 winner of the John Smith Award for Distinguished Teaching, from the the Maryland/DC/Viriginia section of the Mathematical Association of American.
  • MATH MAJORS: Check out the undergraduate research opportunities and undergraduate awards.  
  • MATH CLUB: the MATH CLUB is sponsoring activities of mathematical interest to majors and nonmajors alike. All are welcome, check it out.
  • PME: Pi Mu Epsilon, Inc (PME), is the National Mathematics Honorary Society.  At UMCP, PME is run by the Math Club.  If you are interested in participating in PME, please visit: PME
  • Women in Math: Women in Math (WIM) is a UMCP organization dedicated to serving women mathematicians at UMCP.
  • MINORS: The Mathematics Department offers Minors in Mathematics, Statistics, and Actuarial Mathematics.
  • ACTUARIAL ADVISING:  Useful information and FAQs for those who are interested in becoming an actuary.
  • Maryland's approach to Developmental Mathematics was featured in this article in "MAA Online".
  • Maryland Professor Jim Fey gave a talk to the Mathematical Association of America on how to improve mathematics education.