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  1. Gabe and Eliza at JMM 2024

    Eliza Brown '24 and Assistant Professor of Math, Computer Science, and the Statistics Department Gabriel Dorfsman-Hopkins Present Art at the Joint Mathematics Meetings.

    Eliza Brown '24 and Assistant Professor of Math, Computer Science, and the Statistics Department Gabriel Dorfsman-Hopkins recently returned from San Francisco, where they presented two art pieces at the JMM Art Exhibition. The pieces, Bohemian Algebraic Starscapes No. 4 and No. 7, stem from Eliza’s summer research fellowship, which involved computing and visualizing the eigenvalues of families of integer matrices, and were made using linear algebra, number theory, and high-performance computing.

  2. SLU Alum is a finalist in Big Data Bowl Competition

    Shane Hauck ’23 is finalist in the National Football League ’s (NFL’s) 2024 data analysis competition, the Big Data Bowl. This year’s competition focused on tackling. Hauck and his team wrote an analysis of NFL tackling entitled “No Edge, No Chance: The Impact of Setting the Edge on Zone Run Plays.” The annual Big Data Bowl is a data analysis competition meant to generate innovative statistical methods in football. “Contestants in each year’s Big Data Bowl compete for prizes ranging from game tickets to cash, including a $100,000 prize for the competition.” Hauck and team are finalists in the Coaching track. They are one of five teams of finalists that will present their work to judges and NFL teams at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, IN on February 28th.

  3. 2024 Spring Mu Sigma Rho new members

    New Members are inducted into Mu Sigma Rho Statistics Honorary Society

    On February 2, 2024 four new student members were inducted into the Mu Sigma Rho Statistics Honorary Society.

  4. SLU Faculty presented at Joint Statistical Meetings

    Several St. Lawrence University (SLU) faculty presented at the 2023 Joint Statistical Meeting in Toronto. The Joint Statistical Meeting is the largest gathering of statisticians in North America. Three SLU faculty gave presentations.

  5. Schuckers gives talk on assessing equity and fairness in biometrics at BIOSIG 2023

    The talk entitled “Statistical Methods for Testing Equity of False Non Match Rates across Multiple Demographic Groups” discussed statistical methods for comparing whether or not differences between demographic groups, e.g. ethnic groups or age groups in their ability to access a biometrically based device were statistically discernible.

  6. Patti Frazer Lock Gives Three Presentations at National Mathematics Meetings.

    Patti Frazer Lock recently returned from giving three presentations at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Francisco.

  7. Math Professor Publishes Calculus Book

    Dr. Maegan Bos, Professor of Mathematics, recently published a calculus book which is aptly named "Yet Another Calculus Book," published by Kendall Hunt.

  8. 2023 Carnegie Mellon Analytics Sports Conference

    Statistics Students, Faculty and Alums Attend Sports Analytics Conference

    Data Science students Hope Donoghue ’24 and Shane Hauck ’23, along with Assistant Director of the Peterson Quantitative Resource Center AJ Dykstra ’22, Professor of Statistics Robin Lock, and Charles A. Dana Professor and Department Chair of the Math, Computer Science, and Statistics Department Michael Schuckers all attended the Sports Analytics Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In attendance were Hope Donoghue ’24 a Data Science major and captain of the SLU women’s soccer team, Shane Hauck ’23 a Data Science graduate and former captain of the SLU men’s soccer team who is enrolled in the Applied Data Science Master’s program at CMU, AJ Dykstra ’22 who is currently the Assistant Director of the Peterson Quantitative Resource Center at SLU, Professor of Statistics Robin Lock, and Professor of Statistics Michael Schuckers.

  9. Patti Frazer Lock Gives Keynote Address at National Mathematics Meetings

    Patti Frazer Lock recently returned from giving an invited keynote address at the annual AMATYC (American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges) conference in Omaha, Nebraska.

  10. Fall 2023 PME New Members

    Mathematical Honor Society - New Members Fall 2023

    Pi Mu Epsilon is a non-secret organization whose purpose is the promotion of scholarly activity in mathematics among students in academic institutions and among the staffs of qualified non-academic institutions.