|The Department of Mathematics has received a $30,000 grant from the Council of Independent Colleges to implement its Teaching Scholar Partnerships program "Making Connections". Visit our TSP site for information about this exciting project as well as many useful teaching resources. On the right are Todd Huff( left) and Luke Schafer (right) two of our Scholars demonstrating a hands-on activity for the Golden Ratio.||
|Mth341 Historical Persepctives is the capstone course for our mathematics majors. In this seminar-based course students give presentations on mathematical concepts in their historical setting. At the left students Adam Whithouse, Brett Heinz (hidden), Luke Stout, Kevin Moeller, and Erick Smith simulate Erastothenes' method of calculating the circumference of the earth. Visit the Historical Perspective's class web site to read each student's electronic journal and follow the progress of the class|
|A picture from December 1999 Annual Christmas part for Calculus Alumni hosted by Professor Margery McIlwain.|
|Kevin Moeller (left) and Erick Smith (right) give a presentation on data modeling with the CBL -TI92to high school students at the March 2000 Computer Day.|
||Professor John C. Groppe and SJC students monitor a high school team's bridge experiment at the Annual Regional Science Olympiad in Febuary, 2000.|
|SJC student George Leedle (leftmost), Father Gilbert (second from the left), and Professor Karen Donnelly (bottom) assist with the Fall Majors Freshman Callout (October 2000). Freshmen are attempting to solve a baffling puzzle.|
||Paul Bihum (left) and Bob Hirst (center) enjoy food and outdoors at
spring cookout for calc alumni at Professor McIlwain's home in the country.