- Mathematical Musings and Munchings (MM&M's) are generally held each month (during the fall and spring semesters) in Hitch Science Building from 10:00-10:50 AM. Different topics related to mathematics and computer science are presented. Convocation credit is given and refreshments served.
- The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Programming Contest: A fun and serious way to learn programming through an intense contest. Practice sessions beginning soon.
- Mathematical Modeling Contest: A contest for those interested in mathematical modeling. Practice sessions are available for those interested.
Mathematical Musings & Munchings
|November 6||10:00 AM||Hitch 408||Amy & Joel Boyter, Belmont alumni, will present: Technology in Missions|
|November 20||3:00 - 3:50 PM||Hitch 408||Dr. Bill Hooper will present: MOOChing your Education - Some free ways to study programming, mathematics, and other topics|
School of Sciences Colloquium
|October 10||4:00 PM||Beaman A & B||Dr. Christopher Herlihy, MTSU, will present: What can tiny plants tell us about big questions in plant evolution?|
|November 8||2:00 PM||Beaman A & B||Dr. Harold Reiter, UNC Charlotte, will present: Fusing Dots, Antidots, and Black Holes|
Vaughn Science Lecture
September 9, 2013
Dr. Robert Bridges, research scientist in the Cyber-Security Research Group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
7:00 - 8:00 PM Beaman A&B
Science Undergraduate Research Symposium (SURS)
December 2, 2013
4:00 - 5:00 PM Keynote address in Beaman A&B
Dr. Eric Klumpe, Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, MTSU,
will present: "Astronomy in Popular Media"
5:15 - 6:00 PM Student Poster Session in the Maddox Grand Atrium
5:30 PM Student Presentations in Hitch Science Building
Students present research at Tennessee Academy of Science
Mathematics and Computer Science Department faculty members Barbara Ward and Danny Biles advised several projects from their Predictive Analytics course for the Tennessee Academy of Science Centennial Meeting on November 16, 2012 at Vanderbilt University. Belmont students Alice Curtis, Andrew Trask and Mary Yang gave oral presentations, while Annie Brunelle, Angela Gaetano, Ayesha Ghaffar, Dan Huenecke and Whit Whitson presented posters. The Tennessee Academy of Science seeks to promote scientific research and the diffusion of knowledge concerning science; to secure communication between persons engaged in scientific work, especially in Tennessee; to assist by investigation and discussion in developing and making known the material, educational, and other resource and riches of the state; to arrange and prepare for publication such reports of investigations and discussions as they further the aims and objectives of the Academy.
MAACM GAME DAY!
Friday, November 1st 4 - 9 p.m.
2nd Floor Hitch Science Building
Munchies and drinks will be provided
All kinds of games: Board, Card, Electronic
FUN! FUN! FUN! Bring all your friends!