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Andrew Dykstra
Dykstra Speaks at Furman University
Andrew Dykstra, assistant professor of mathematics, spoke at Furman University on Feb. 18. His talk investigated examples of chaotic dynamical systems that arise in nature. In addition to finding mathematical models of these systems, the talk focused on using numerical analysis to describe long-term evolution. More ...
Debra Boutin
Boutin Presents Work at National Conference
Associate Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin gave a talk "Thickness and Chromatic Numbers of Inflated Graphs" at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Francisco in January. In her talk Boutin described the current state of work she's done with Michael Albertson of Smith College and Ellen Gethner of University of Colorado, Denver, on r-inflated networks. A network is r-inflated by replacing each vertex in by a set of r mutually connected vertices and replacing each edge between a pair of vertices with all edges between the associated 2r vertices. More ...
Hamilton's Math Literacy Workers.
Young People's Project Equates Math With Leadership
The Young People's Project at Hamilton College hosted its first semi-annual math tournament on Saturday, Dec. 5, in the Fillius Events Barn. Attendees included 24 students whom the organization works with at Donovan Middle School in Utica. More ...
Andrew Dykstra
Dykstra Gives Colloquium Talk
Andrew Dykstra, assistant professor of mathematics, gave a colloquium talk to the mathematics faculty at the University of Denver on Oct. 15. The talk was titled "Very Weakly, Loosely, and Vaguely Bernoulli." It focused on classes of dynamical systems that exhibit random behavior, but whose behavior is not quite as random as a simple coin toss. More ...
Math Department to Host Alumni Panel on Careers in Math Education
The Mathematics department will host a panel discussion featuring three recent graduates who are currently employed in the field of math education on Friday, November 6. The panel will include Stephanie Hedges '96 of Greenwich Academy, Pete Huszagh '03 of the STAR Academy at Riverhead High School, and Tim Evans '05 of NYC Lab Middle School. More ...
Grace Stadnyk
Grace Stadnyk '10 Presents Talk at Math Conference
Grace Stadnyk '10 attended the Women in Math in New England conference at Smith College on Sept. 26 where she gave a talk titled "Towers of Hanoi Groups and Their Limit Spaces." The talk was based on research on fractal analysis that she conducted this summer at the University of Connecticut. More ...
Boutin Publishes Research Article
Associate Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin recently published a research article "The Determining Number of a Cartesian Product" in the Journal of Graph Theory. This work continues Boutin's studies finding a smallest set of nodes that captures all the symmetries in a network. In this recent work she closely bounds the size of such a set in a large class of networks created by taking products of smaller networks. More ...
Chandra Thompson '10, Grace Stadnyk '10, Luke Maher '11 and Professor Richard Bedient.
This Could be a Puzzle But It’s Knot
Luke Maher '11, Grace Stadnyk '10, Chan Thompson '10 and Professor of Mathematics Richard Bedient just returned from the first Unknot (Undergraduate Knot Theory) Conference at Denison University where they gave a paper titled "Three-Trip Lorenz Knots," heard many more and generally had a great time meeting knot students from all over the country. More ...
Will Eagan '11
Will Eagan '11 Combines Math and Astronomy in Summer Research

It was love at first sight. At four years old, Will Eagan '11 became entranced by the computer game Math Blaster, which revolved around a mathematical adventure in outer space. For Eagan, math and astronomy are two subjects that continue to captivate him 16 years later.  More ...

Boutin and Cockburn Present Work at International Conference
Associate Professors of Mathematics Debra Boutin and Sally Cockburn presented their joint work in a pair of talks at the Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics Conference at the University of Montreal in May. More ...
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