# Mathematics, Department of

Announcement Tuesday, October 29, 2024

Please join the Department of Mathematics for a mini math talk titled "Math Meets Biology" given by Dr. Susmita Sadhu on Wednesday, Oct. 30, 5-5:30 p.m. in A&S 246. Mini math talks are 20-30 minute presentations about any topic related to math. No math background is required, and all are welcome! Snacks will be provided.Here is the abstract of the presentation:Mathematics has often laid the groundwork for the development of advanced methods and techniques for analyzing physiological...

Event Wednesday, October 30, 2024

Please join the Department of Mathematics for a mini math talk titled "Math Meets Biology" given by Dr. Susmita Sadhu on Wednesday, Oct. 30, 5-5:30 p.m. in A&S 246. Mini math talks are 20-30 minute presentations about any topic related to math. No math background is required, and all are welcome! Snacks will be provided.Here is the abstract of the presentation:Mathematics has often laid the groundwork for the development of advanced methods and techniques for analyzing physiological...

Event Wednesday, October 30, 2024

Please join the Department of Mathematics for a mini math talk titled "Math Meets Biology" given by Dr. Susmita Sadhu on Wednesday, Oct. 30, 5-5:30 p.m. in A&S 246. Mini math talks are 20-30 minute presentations about any topic related to math. No math background is required, and all are welcome! Snacks will be provided.Here is the abstract of the presentation:Mathematics has often laid the groundwork for the development of advanced methods and techniques for analyzing physiological...

Event Wednesday, October 30, 2024

Announcement Monday, September 23, 2024

Please join the Department of Mathematics for our inaugural Mini Math Talk. Dr. Rachel Epstein will be presenting “In Search of the Perfect Voting System” on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 5-5:30 p.m. in A&S 246. Mini Math Talks are 20-30 minute presentations about any topic related to math. In this presentation, Dr. Epstein will discuss different voting systems, which can be used in elections with three or more options. Learn about variations of ranked-choice voting and how they hold up to...

Event Wednesday, September 25, 2024

Please join the Department of Mathematics for our inaugural Mini Math Talk. Dr. Rachel Epstein will present “In Search of the Perfect Voting System” on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 5:00-5:30 p.m. in A&S 246. Mini Math Talks are 20-30 minute presentations about any topic related to math. In this presentation, Dr. Epstein will discuss different voting systems, which can be used in elections with three or more options. Learn about variations of ranked-choice voting and how they hold up to the...

News Story Thursday, March 16, 2023

Story and photos developed by University Communications. Jeopardy usually means a crisis or threat. That’s how some people feel about math too. But a group of Georgia College & State University (GCSU) students turned jeopardy into victory last week—snatching the Math Jeopardy championship title at the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Southeastern conference at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina. "I am so proud of our team for winning the Math Jeopardy tournament,”...

News Story Monday, November 29, 2021

What do COVID, taxicabs and mindsets have in common? The answer may surprise you: math. Math is the abstract science of using calculations, shapes and quantity to solve a problem. But multiple steps, numbers and signs do more than complete mathematical equations. They can be used to unravel everyday problems, as well. That’s exactly what three seniors did in November for their capstone projects. They used statistics and data to answer real-life challenges like discovering a direct...

News Story Friday, April 9, 2021

First-generation college student and Milledgeville native, Harlan Archer, ’89, ’09, didn’t know what it felt like to play frisbee on Front Campus or be a part of a fraternity during his time at Georgia College. He was too busy working and studying to put himself through school—something he later wouldn’t want his kids to endure. And, they didn’t. From front-line worker to president, Archer worked his way up the industry ladder, managing to put all seven of his children through college,...