‘department news’ Category

 

MCS Art Show Comes to an End

On Friday March 20 the 2nd MCS Art Show came to a close. The show had a well attended opening and saw a steady stream of visitors throughout its three week run.  The MCS Department would like to extend a special thanks to Lois Peterson for organizing the art show. For those of you that […]

 

Report from Budapest

Eric Hanson, class of 2016, is spending the spring semester of 2015 in Budapest, Hungary in the Budapest Semester in Mathematics program. This is the first (of hopefully many) reports on his adventures abroad. The Mathematicians’ Choir  Amidst another day full of math classes, math homework, and Hungarian food, one of my math professors invited […]

 

MCS Art Exhibition

Stop by the third floor Olin Hall lobby to check out the artistic offerings of your favorite MCS professors.  The exhibit runs from Friday March 6 through Friday March 20.

Six MCS Students Participate in 2014 ACM Programming Contest

    Six MCS students went to Carlton College on Saturday November 8 to participate in the annual ACM Programming Contest. The contest originally started at Texas A & M in 1970. It spread through North America and has branches and chapters throughout the world. “The contest fosters creativity, teamwork, and innovation in building new […]

Max Hailperin to be awarded the Gustavus Faculty Service Award.

President Bergman announced on Monday that the Faculty Service Award for 2014 will be given to Dr. Max Hailperin, Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science. Please join the College community for the award ceremony on Founders Day, Friday, Oct. 31, at 10 a.m. in Christ Chapel.  The College will recognize the contributions of Max and […]

 

Urban change: Geography professor to give research talk at MSU

Dr. Joaquin Villanueva, Visiting Assistant Professor of Geography at Gustavus, will give a talk featuring his research on ethnographic methods to assess urban change this Friday at Minnesota State University. Current students and faculty should contact Anna if you are interested in attending. We’ll leave Gustavus at 2:20pm. Talk title: URBAN METHODOLOGIES: GRASPING URBAN CHANGE […]

 

Weather balloon launch

As part of Dr. Jeff La Frenierre‘s GEG-108 Weather, Climate & Society course, the Department of Geography and Department of Physics will launch a weather balloon carrying instrumentation on Tuesday, October 28, at 12:30pm from the Nobel Hall parking lot area. All are invited to the launch! Update: Due to high winds forecast for Tuesday, […]

 

Gustavus hosts dialogue on peace and conflict in the Horn of Africa

A community leader’s dialogue on “Ethnic and Religious Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding for The Horn of Africa” is being held Thursday, October 16 through Saturday, October 18, 2014, at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, MN. Scholars, religious leaders, and community leaders from Norway, Germany, Washington, D.C., Atlanta and Ohio will be participating in the […]

 

Geography student presents GIS study

Will Metcalf (’15) represented Gustavus Geography very nicely while presenting his research at the 24th Annual Conference of the Minnesota GIS/LIS Consortium in Rochester, MN, earlier this month. Will’s work explores how GIS can be used as a tool to better communicate scientific research using GRACE, a satellite-based sensor which monitors glacier and hydrological change […]

2014 Graduate Places 2nd at the Undergraduate Statistics Project Competition

2014 graduate, David Blomker, placed 2nd at the 2014 Undergraduate Statistics Project Competition. David received his recognition for work he had done in his Applied Statistics class. He was one of three winners that were selected from a pool that included submissions from Colleges and Universities from all over the country, including Northern Kentucky University and […]