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October 18, 2018

Epsilon Talk by Steven Berger



In the early 1900s, one music composer smashed the wall of tonality that previously dominated music and "emancipated dissonance". He permanently changed the musical repertoire by applying modular arithmetic and mathematical precision to music. Come and learn to compose your own 12 tone music!



Thursday, October 18th at 4:00pm



The Sally 3rd floor Conference Room 335



 




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September 20, 2018

The Math Society is hosting a 24 Competition on Thursday, September 27, 2018 in The Sally 3rd floor Math lounge at 4:30pm.



Hope to see you there.



 




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September 6, 2018
Are you a natural science major interested in outside research projects and/or graduate school?


 


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July 26, 2018

On Friday, September 14, 2018 from 12:00pm to 4:00pm we will be hosting the First Annual Data and Computer Science Showcase.  The event will begin with a keynote by Ashish Patel, the co-founder of CareSet Systems (https://careset.com/).  Following his keynote, undergraduate students will give oral and poster presentations on their work.  Dr.



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May 8, 2018

The annual Omicron Delta Kappa Awards Ceremony was held on Thursday, May 3 and the Quiet Commitment Award was given to the Math Society which quietly, yet consistently achieves its goals and enriches the undergraduate experience for its members and/or benefits the Moravian College campus community.




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April 30, 2018

Student from the the Math Society and the Art Club joined together to have a Geometric Drawing competition put together by a First Year Writing Seminar (FYWS) based on technical writing.  Students had to describe, using words, a geometric drawing while other students tried to draw the image.  Over 30 students attended the event.  The two winning groups were from Art Club and a First Year Writing Seminar.  




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April 20, 2018

Congratulations! It is my pleasure to inform you that the Mathematics Society has been nominated for the Quiet Commitment Award!



This award is presented to the organization which quietly, yet consistently achieves its goals and enriches the undergraduate experience for its members and/or benefits the Moravian College campus community.



Recognition of your nomination and the announcement of the award winner will take place at the annual Omicron Delta Kappa Awards Ceremony, to be held on Thursday, May 3.




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April 8, 2018

On Sunday April 8, Moravian's Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honor society, held their annual induction ceremony.  Congratulations to Emily Bolger and Makkah Davis, the two newest inductees




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October 31, 2017

The Moravian Math Society hosted a Halloween Party. Faculty brought Halloween themed treats and Moravian student Shane Hansen led the group in Halloween origami.




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October 30, 2017

This year's first Discrete Math Days was held at DeSales University today.  One of the talks was given by Moravian College Mathematics major Makkah Davis.  Her talk, titled Analyzing Partisan Combinatorial Games was based on work she completed last summer with Dr Shank.



A group of Moravian students and faculty attended as well as students from DeSales University and Cedar Crest College.



The next Discrete Math Day will be on November 30 here at Moravian.




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