(2-28-19)Congrats. Two of our math majors,Jacob Houghton'19 andSon Cao'19, recently passed two actuarial exams each.
(2-27-19)Prof. Seung-Hwan Leeannounced that his Mathematical Statistics course (Math 325) has been re-approved
for VEE credit through the Society of Actuaries. This keeps our curriculum in line
with the ever-updating world of actuarial science.
(2-15-19) This past Tuesday Prof. Saad El-Zanati from Illinois State University kicked off our
Beling lectures for the spring semester. The title of the talk was On Edge Oribts
and Hypergraph Designs.
(10-16-18) Professor Seung-Hwan Leeauthored the following papers:
(with Dr. C.Kim (Illinois Natural History Survey, U. of Illinois at U-C) and Dr. E.
Muturi (Crop Bioprotection Research Unit, USDA)) "Copula Modeling of Differential
Effect of Leaf Species on Aedes albopictus Development Time", Environmental and Natural Resources Research, Vol. 8, 1-11, 2018
Assessing the Censored Linear Regression Model using Martingale Approximation, Communications in Statistics. To appear.
(10-9-18)Here is an update of some things we've been up to over the summer.
Ted Yap '19went to the Philippines as a Freeman Asia intern.
Kayleigh Ruffolo '19had an internship at COUNTRY Financial over the summer.
Multiple students passed actuarial exams.
More will be posted as people inform us of their awesome activities.
(May/June 2018)Prof. Andrew Shallue taught a May term course on research in mathematics. There were
a lot of productive and interesting projects done by students. Some students took
the opportunity to present their research at a conference organized by Prof. Shallue
at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. The conference was called Algorithmic Number