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NSA WORKSHOP happening July 5-7, 2019 in Logan, UT!
The goal of this conference is to bring together experts across the fields of algebraic curves, abelian varieties, K3 and Calabi-Yau geometry to discuss explicit methods in the computation of arithmetic data of abelian varieties and to tabulate interesting examples and constructions of Kummer, Prym, and Kuga-Satake varieties.
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The last day to take the ALEKS Math Placement Exam for Full Summer 2019 session is May 3rd, 1st 7-week session is May 3rd, 2nd 7-week session is June 21st. The last day to test for Fall 2019 session is August 23rd.
Testing will resume for future semesters on October 1st.
Do You Need Help With Lab Reports and Scientific Research Papers?
Free help is available by appointment each weekday in the basement of the Eccles Science Learning Center: Rooms 044a and 044b.
Science Writing Center Hours: M W F - 11:30am - 3:30pm, T Th - 8:30am - 1:30pm, M T W Th F - 5-7pm. Make an appointment online at: writing.usu.edu
Free Drop-In Mathematics and Statistics Tutoring
TSC 225A. Weekdays, Saturdays and Evening. usu.edu/asc/tutoring
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Mathematics and Statistics Education GroupCheck out the MSEG website for current and past group activities and conferences.
Mathematical Association of America Conference 2018The Intermountain Section of the MAA was happy to hold our Spring Annual Conference of 2018 at Utah State University in Logan. Check out abstracts of the talks given and other cool things at the USU MAA website.
Drs. Anderson and Torre awarded three year NSF grant: "Symbolic Toolboxes for Differential Geometry and Mathematical Physics
Excerpt: The Differential Geometry (DG) software is used by hundreds of students and researchers throughout the world for symbolic computations in differential geometry and Lie Theory, with applications to general relativity, geometric methods in differential equations, and mathematical physics.
Excellence in Academics, Thomas Hill named 2017 Goldwater Scholar
An Honors student, Hill has learned what many teachers know: The best way to learn something is to teach it to others. Teaching two calculus recitation sections has been time-consuming, but by teaching the fundamental ideas, I have mastered them in a way I never would have by only studying advanced material,” says the Woods Cross, Utah native.
In addition, the 2012 graduate of Woods Cross High School tutors Aggies with coursework ranging from pre-algebra to linear algebra and differential equations. “Tutoring is a humbling experience and forces me to be aware to be aware of how much I don’t know and to master material in a way no university course can teach,” he says. Continue Reading