Archive for 2010

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Gustavus students participate in modeling contest

Gustavus students Eric Cox, Sam Rethwisch, and Chenyu Yang participated in a mathematical modeling competition over the weekend. The team advisors are Mathematics and Computer Science professors Carolyn Dobler and Tom Lofaro. The Mathematical Contest in Modeling is held annually by the Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications. In this competition, teams of undergraduate students […]

Snapshots of student/faculty research in J-term

January term is a time for experiential learning on this campus, and for some students and faculty, that means it’s a great time for research, scholarship, and creative work. One day near the end of J-term, I took a walk around Nobel Hall and visited some research-based courses and some students doing independent studies. I’ll […]

Some recent news items on student research

Once in a while I like to use this blog to share some links to blog posts and news stories about student research at Gustavus, especially stories I hadn’t covered here already. Let me know if I’ve missed your favorite story, but here are a few that I’ve read this fall/winter: Involvement at Its Finest […]