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Towers Hall, UW-Eau Claire's largest residence hall, became Karlgaard Towers on Sept. 29 in recognition of Marilyn and David Karlgaard, Blugold alumni whose history of giving to the UW-Eau Claire Foundation includes the largest sum in support of student scholarships in university history.
Lily Cook, Actuarial Science major and Information systems minor, was awarded a 2017 Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) Trust Scholarship award. This national scholarship is given out annually to three students. Lily was awarded $5,000 and was invited to attend the 2017 CAS Annual Meeting, held in Austin, Texas.
Professionals preparing for the fast-growing field of data science are finding their future in big data with UW-Eau Claire’s online Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS) Program. Since the program’s launch two years ago, more than 90 students have started their journey toward a career as a data scientist.
The 26th Annual Retreat of the UW-Eau Claire Mathematics Department features mathematical talks given by faculty and students in the morning. In the afternoon, the 9th Andrew Balas Lecture, Probability Without Calculation, will be presented by Dr. Peter Winkler of Dartmouth University. This is followed by an electrifying, heart-breaking, brain-splitting mathematics competition for students!
UW-Eau Claire Mathematics students attended the USTARS (Underrepresented Students in Topology and Algebra Research Symposium) conference in western Massachusetts at Amherst College during April 2017. USTARS is an intimate conference that collects underrepresented groups to gather together and present their mathematics research.
UW-Eau Claire Mathematics faculty and students traveled to the Joint Mathematics Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, in early January 2017.
Growing up in a Twin Cities suburb, Connor Zielinski was aware that there was a large Somali community in Minneapolis, yet he knew little about the people who live there. As immigration and other issues touching on diverse populations, including his Somali neighbors, became part of the rhetoric in state and national elections last fall, Zielinski — a UW-Eau Claire freshman with an interest in politics — realized he didn’t understand enough about the issues or diverse cultures to join the conversation in a meaningful way. So he decided to do something about it.
As she watched the drama “Hidden Figures,” Dr. Dandrielle Lewis could easily see herself in the black female mathematicians whose stories were finally being shared decades after their behind-the-scenes work helped make America’s celebrated space program a success. After all, the UW-Eau Claire associate professor of mathematics knows all too well what it’s like to be a black woman trying to find her place in the white and male dominated STEM fields. Even more importantly, she says, the movie is shining a light on black females who have a talent for and an interest in the computer, technology, engineering and mathematics fields. “They showed the world we exist,” Lewis says of black women who are contemplating or pursuing STEM careers.
Heidi Hietpas and Ryan Schaefer’s families gathered with them last summer to celebrate their wedding, adding even more love to an already joyful day. So having 60-plus members of their beloved Blugold family at their August celebration was the icing on the cake for the college sweethearts who now are newlyweds.
Dr. Carolyn Otto and students Nellie Brushaber and Molly Petersen discuss Knot Theory Research.
More than 60 people attended the 2016 Math in Woods Fall gathering on Sunday, September 19, 2016. Activities included lawn games, like frisbee and been bag toss, hikes in the woods, student/professor math mingling on research topics, a math-in-nature scavenger hunt, and a grill out.
Thanks to community partnerships with companies like Xcel Energy, UW-Eau Claire is able to offer programs and high-impact practices for students and community members that wouldn't otherwise be possible.
Nellie Brushaber is not only a mathematician, her research into knot theory is being recognized at conferences, in classrooms, and by the likes of Chancellor Schmidt.
Those in attendance at UW-Eau Claire's 100th commencement ceremonies May 21 will witness the start of a new tradition that's deeply rooted in the university's history.
Dandrielle Lewis, professor of mathematics, had earned a UW System award for her efforts in bringing STEM education to minority students.
UW-Eau Claire math professors, students celebrate "Pi Day" in style.
Dr. Dandrielle Lewis, assistant professor of mathematics, is UW-Eau Claire’s recipient of the UW System Outstanding Women of Color in Education Award.
Dr. Alex Smith is interviewed about the new online master's degree in data science offered through UW-Extension and cooperating UW campuses.
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