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Professors Max Majireck, Courtney Gibbons, Shelley Haley and Susan Mason.
Faculty Members Receive Teaching Awards at Class & Charter Day

Hamilton College’s highest awards for teaching were presented to four faculty members during the annual Class & Charter Day ceremony on May 11. Professor of Classics Shelley Haley was awarded the Samuel & Helen Lang Prize for Excellence in Teaching; Assistant Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons was honored with the John R. Hatch Excellence in Teaching Award; and Max Majireck, assistant professor of chemistry, received the Class of 1963 Excellence in Teaching Award. In addition, Education Studies Program Director Susan Mason received Student Assembly’s Sidney Wertimer Award.  More ...

Richard Bedient and Courtney Gibbons
Hamilton Well-Represented in Math Journal

“Grandma Makes Granola,” an article co-authored by Professor of Mathematics Richard Bedient and Assistant Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons, appeared in the January issue of The College Mathematics Journal. Also in the issue, David Richeson ’93 contributed an article titled “Proof Without Words: The Maximum Sum of Inradii.”  More ...

Courtney Gibbons
Gibbons an Invited Speaker at SU, Adelphi

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons was an invited speaker recently in two seminars. She discussed “Parametrizing a family of indecomposable modules” at Syracuse University and “Blank Space” at Adelphi University.  More ...

Courtney Gibbons
Gibbons Interviewed by Girls’ Angle

Part one of an interview with Assistant Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons appeared in the February issue of Girls’ Angle Bulletin. She discussed how she became interested in math and some of her goals as a mathematician, one of which is to include students in her research.  More ...

Debra Boutin
Boutin Presents Research in Kona, Hawaii

Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin gave a research presentation "The Cost of Distinguishing Graphs" at the 22nd Coast Combinatorics Conference in Kona, Hawaii. In this talk, Boutin presented results on the smallest size of a set of vertices that can be used to remove all symmetries from a network.  More ...

Catherine Oglevee '15
Catherine Oglevee ’15 Work at Mass General Leads to Published Paper

Many of us have experienced a technological glitch, whether the TV isn’t responding to the remote, or the dishwasher is starting on its own. While such glitches are typically an inconvenience, when the machine has the potential to detect life-threatening medical conditions, the stakes are higher. During her time at Mass General Hospital (MGH) this summer, Catherine Oglevee ’15, a chemistry and mathematics double major, discovered first hand that no matter how advanced a machine may be, none are immune to malfunctions.  More ...

Robert Kantrowitz '82
Kantrowitz ’82 Publishes Article in RMMC Journal

An article by Professor and Chair of Mathematics Robert Kantrowitz ‘82 appears in the current issue of the Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics. “A fixed point approach to the steady state for stochastic matrices” was co-authored with Michael M. Neumann of Mississippi State University.  More ...

Debra Boutin
Boutin Presents Research in Bordeaux, France

Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin presented her work on "Distinguishing Costs for Graphs" at the Bordeaux Graph Theory Workshop in Bordeaux, France.  Boutin presented results on the smallest size of a set of vertices that can be used to remove all symmetries from a network.  More ...

Senior Fellow Robert Huben.
Bringing Math to the Masses: Robert Huben’s Senior Fellowship

A true passion for knowledge is of growing scarcity in the world today.  Such a passion extends beyond the simple desire to learn; it is a hunger to experience as well as comprehension, to grow in oneself and aid others in their journey. For Senior Fellow Robert Huben ’15, it is a passion he understands very well.  More ...

Robert Kantrowitz '82
Kantrowitz ’82 Publishes Article in MedJM

An article titled “Some Real Analysis behind Optimization of Projectile Motion” by Robert Kantrowitz ’82, professor and chair of mathematics, appears in the November issue of Mediterranean Journal of Mathematics (MedJM).  More ...

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