• An article titled "Approximation of polynomials by Hermite interpolation" by the Marjorie and Robert W. McEwen Professor of Mathematics Robert Kantrowitz '82 and Michael M. Neumann of Mississippi State University appears in the current issue of the journal Elemente der Mathematik.

  • While traversing the scenic peaks of the Adirondacks or canoeing through quiet backcountry streams, few first-year students are thinking about algorithms and linear optimization. But these mathematical ideas are as much a part of Hamilton orientation trips as any pack or paddle: they ensure that incoming students have the most worthwhile experience possible.

  • June’s news highlights ranged from admission issues to air quality to Russia and President Putin.

  • Courtney Gibbons’ interest in public policy began with the 1988 presidential election and a passionate defense of a vegetable. It’s an unexpected start to a story about a math professor — until you learn she is spending the academic year working on Capitol Hill.

  • As the spring semester wound down, there were many student accomplishments remaining to applaud. Check out what some of our students achieved in the last few months.

  • Growing up in the suburbs of Rochester, N.Y., Jackson Vogt ’23 was undecided between the University of Rochester and Hamilton College. “I had a lot of friends going to the University of Rochester, but it seemed a bit too close to home,” he said. Now, four years, two majors, and an Amazon internship later, Vogt has accepted a full-time position at Amazon Web Services.(AWS) as part of their web design and development team.

  • Oftentimes students feel as though there is a dichotomy between the sciences and the arts and that they must choose one or the other. Enter Shelly Cao ’23, an art and mathematics double major pursuing a combination of both through architecture and showing the paths that emerge from pursuing interdisciplinary interests.

  • An article co-authored by Robert Kantrowitz ’82, the Marjorie and Robert W. McEwen Professor of Mathematics, appears in the April 2023 issue of the international research journal Rendiconti del Circolo Matematico di Palermo.

  • “A unifying view of some Banach algebras,” by Robert Kantrowitz ’82, the Marjorie and Robert W. McEwen Professor of Mathematics, was recently published in The Australian Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications.

  • Hamilton students take on unique projects that reflect their talents and interests. In many cases, they collaborate with faculty mentors on this work, which often leads to co-authored papers, joint presentations at professional conferences, and professors mentoring students during academic competitions. Check out what some of our students have been up to recently.

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