Did research over the summer and need to create a poster? This poster workshop presented by the staff at the PQRC is the perfect thing for you. Learn what to include on your poster as well as how to create the template in Microsoft PowerPoint. This is also a great workshop if you for see making a poster presentation for future research or an SYE.
Come learn the basics of the math writing program LaTeX!
Learn different aspects of Microsoft Excel in this more advanced interactive workshop.
MS Excel for Business
Learn key skills for MS Excel for PCs - shortcuts, etc. that every student interested in business, finance, accounting, marketing, etc. needs to know!
On Monday, March 30th the Math, Computer Science and Statistics Department will be holding it's 6th annual Piathlon in Valentine Hall, 4:15 - 5:30pm.
You can find additional information about this wonderful event on the website.
If you have additional questions please contact Dr. Dan Look.
GRE Math Review with the PQRC
Review the foundations and concepts tested on the Quantitative Reasoning section of the GRE
• Simultaneous Equations
• Special Triangles
• Multiple & Oddball Figures
• Mean, Median, Mode & Range
First Q-Club meeting for the semester
Dan Look, Associate Professor of Mathematics
"Can authorship of a contested piece be determined by statistics?"
This is the last Q-Club meeting for the semester.
Don’t miss our next Q Club Tuesday, April 22 at 11:50am in Valentine 205/206!
Dan Mulcahey will provide an introduction to cluster analysis and discuss an application in Economics.
Title: Identifying Groups of Similarly Performing Mutual Funds Using Cluster Analysis
Title: Using Your Smartphone to Control a RC Car Abstract: Computers have seen innumerable advancements over the years, the most noticeable of which being a dramatic increase in power, somewhat paradoxically paired with an equally dramatic reduction in size. The Raspberry Pi mini-computer allows us to hold the power of a desktop quite literally in the palm of our hands. The power, size, and affordability of the Raspberry Pi make it ideal for use in small electronics projects with a “DIY” flavor.