Seats are still available for the Summer IA term beginning May 17, 2013. If you are planning to register, please do so as soon as possible.
Math Club and Math Education Learning Community (MELC) cordially invite all Faculty, Staff and Students to attend a presentation by Dr. Marcelo Sztainberg entitled "A Computational Model for Swarm Robotics: Imitation of Social Behaviors of Organisms" on Tuesday April 16, 2013 from 11:40-1:30pm in room FA 108. For a flyer with more details, click here
Attention all mathematics majors! There will be a meeting on April 16th from 3-4pm (location will be announced) to gather information about courses you would like to take during summer 2013. We would appreciate it if you would attend this important meeting and give your feedback. We would encourage you to come even if you can only attend part of the meeting.
Advance registration begins on Monday April 15th. The Mathematics Department is now accepting 'course authorization forms' for both summer and fall 2013 terms. Use the 'Math course permission form' link above to access the form. Click here to find out your time to register.
Save the dates of May 3rd, 4th and 5th for the 2nd "Workshop on Mathematical Modeling and Statistical Modeling with Applications in the Social and Natural Sciences" Location: NEIU main campus. More details to follow.
The Mathematics Faculty would like to announce that George Harris, a math major will do graduate work in biostatistics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and Aaron Kleyn who completed a number of advanced math courses at NEIU will enter the graduate biostatistics program at Northwestern University.
Ridouan Bani gave a presentation at the national level meeting "SAMSI-SAVI Workshop on Environmental Statistics - March 4-6, 2013 at Statistical And Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute In North Carolina. Mr. Bani is in the NEIU graduate mathematics program.
During the spring break, Maryam Khan, a NEIU mathematics major, gave an invited talk to STEM students at Oakton Community College. Her talk was entitled, "Introduction to Mathematical Model"
Congratulations to the follow mathematics majors who made the Dean's list for Fall 2012. Congratulations on a job well done!
Jose Arias, Jose Arreola, Wassif Benlarbi, Todd Boyce, Hong Bui, Jonas Chavez, Alexander Collins, Claudiu Curescu, Calvin Deckinga, Agustin Flores, Jayati Gohel, Anibal Grijalva, Brian Johnson, Shana Kachaochana, Ashley Kennedy, Asra Khan, Esther Loskove, Manuel Menez, Darin Mieszala, Zhyldyz Murzaeva, Alexander Naumoff, John Nydam, Jenna Palmer, Isaias Perez-Hernandez, Ivelina Petrova, Eduardo Roman, Jared Scott, Pamela Sobolewski, Maribeth Young and John Zajac.
Congratulations to the following NEIU students for their participation in the Optional Problem Solving from a Mathematical Association of America Journal:
Click here for a notice of the journal issue and number where the above students are named or stop by the Mathematics Department in BBH 214C. We will post the problems and solutions in our display cases.Posted 3/13/13
Students! If you are enrolled in Math 90, 91, 92, 173, 175, 185, 187 or 202, you need to know that it is not too late of join a Mathematics Enrichment Workshop Program (MEWP) this semester.
The workshops are designed to help you succeed in your math class. Workshop participants solve homework problems in small groups with motivated peers while receiving guidance from an undergraduate peer leader who is passionate about helping students succeeed.
There are no grades, no deadlines and no assignments, but is important for you to attend. Click here for more information on the workshops and a current schedule. If you are interested in attending a workshop, please email Dr. Sarah Cordell , S-Cordell@neiu.edu
Assistant Professor Sarah Cordell, NEIU Mathematics will present at the 2013 American Educational Resesarch Association in San Francisco, CA April 27-May 1, 2013.
Congratulations to Prof. Tanya Cofer on the publication of "Discrete Mathematics: A Course in Problem Solving for 21st Century Middle School Teachers" by: Tanya Cofer, Valerie A. DeBellis, Cathy Liebars, Joseph G. Rosenstein, Bonnie Saunders, and Margaret Wirth
The paper appears in: Resources for Preparing Middle School Mathematics Teachers, MAA Notes Volume 80 (Mathematical Association of America, 2013), 69-82 (chapter 8)
It is available as an ebook or hard copy through the MAA site:
Congratulations to George Harris, a undergraduate mathematics major, who was selected, with complete funding, for the undergraduate workshop at the NSF funded 'Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute.' He will be presentin...g research on mathematical modeling of relationships between corporations and banks.
Best wishes on your presentation, Mr. Harris!
Beginning Monday Tuesday February 19, 2013 the mathematics department will begin holding on-campus interviews with candidates for assistant professor of Mathematics - Applied. All NEIU faculty, staff, students and alumni are encouraged to attend. Click here for more information on the candidate's presentations.
2/16/2013- Meng Xu
2/22/2013- Salam Khan
2/25/2013- Joseph Hibdon -room change to CBM 114
2/27/2013- Haley Yaple - room change to CBM 114
As of 2/23/13 the remaining presentations are scheduled from 10-11am in room CBM 114
All faculty, staff and students are cordially invited to the teaching demonstrations presented by candidates for assistant professor of Mathematics.
Click here for an informational flyer with abstracts.
Manjula Joseph, Ohio State University
Wednesday February 13, 2013
"Teaching Mathematics for Equity"
**Canceled**David Glassmeyer, University of North Carolina **Canceled**
Friday February 15, 2013
"Tasks Examining Students' Quantitative Reasoning"
Room: BBH 222
**changed** Katherine Bird, Ohio State University **changed**
Monday, February 18, 2013
" The Diherdral Groups: A Hands-One Introduction
Room: BBH 224
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