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Formerly known as the Calculus Bowl, Math Bowl is an annual mathematics competition hosted at the Mathematical Association of America’s Texas Section conference. The Math Club at A&M-Commerce has organized several first, second, and third-place Math Bowl teams in recent years. Read about our history of success at the Math Bowl competition.
The SIMIODE Competition Using Differential Equation Modeling (SCUDEM) is a modeling challenge where student teams choose a challenge problem pertaining to physics and engineering, chemistry and life sciences, or social sciences and humanities. The three-member teams develop a model using differential or difference equations and create a ten-minute video presenting their model. Read about our success at the 2021 SCUDEM competition.
Pathways Student Research Symposium
The Texas A&M University System Pathways Student Research Symposium is a student research showcase open to undergraduate and graduate students from all TAMUS institutions.
A&M-Commerce alum Dr. Stephanie Kolitsch (’87) is the new associate provost for academic affairs at the University of Tennessee at Martin, according to an announcement on the university’s news site. Previously, Kolitsch served as acting provost and senior vice chancellor for academic affairs while Provost Philip Acree Cavalier stepped in as interim chancellor. She holds […]
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has selected A&M-Commerce to receive a $100,000 College Readiness and Success Models grant. Dr. Pamela Webster, associate professor in the Department of Mathematics, and Dr. Gavin Johnson, assistant professor and director of writing in the Department of Literature and Languages will serve as co-principal investigators. The grant is earmarked […]
A&M-Commerce alum Dr. Tom Faulkenberry is tapped to chair the finance committee for the Psychonomic Society, an international scientific organization comprised of over 4,500 scientists and psychologists. Faulkenberry holds a bachelor’s from Southeastern Oklahoma State University and a master’s degree from Oklahoma State University, both in mathematics. He received his doctorate in psychology from A&M-Commerce […]
From decoding the mysteries of the universe to engineering innovative solutions to real-world challenges, the College of Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University-Commerce is home to forward-thinking faculty dedicated to cutting-edge scientific exploration. Faculty members from the college secured more than $780,000 in research grant funding this past spring and summer. Adaptive Intelligence for […]
A&M-Commerce Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Dr. Stuart Anderson was interviewed recently for an article published by Scientific American. In the article, Anderson discusses a recent proof of the Pythagorean Theorem by two high school students in Louisiana. Anderson hopes the students’ proof will inspire interest in mathematics among students. “It kind of makes me wish […]
Are you an undergraduate math whiz looking for a transformational summer experience? Consider participating in an eight-week undergraduate research experience hosted by Texas A&M University-Commerce from June 4-July 29. Any college student currently enrolled in a relevant undergraduate program at a community college or university in the U.S. may apply for the program. The event, […]
A&M-Commerce alumna Stephanie Kolitsch has been named acting provost and senior vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Tennesee at Martin. According to a UT Martin news release, Kolitsch has served as a SACS coordinator as well as a math professor during her 29 years at the university. UT Martin is a public […]
The Department of Mathematics at A&M-Commerce is accepting entries for its first Mathemartist Competition. Entries will be accepted through Nov. 30 at 11:59 p.m. The competition, co-sponsored with Cypress Bank, challenges participants to utilize the Desmos graphing calculator to create artwork using mathematic equations. High school and community college students are encouraged to participate, along […]
A team of A&M-Commerce students including Hailey Bartula, Sarah Gross and Dawson Knight placed fifth out of 16 teams at the Math Bowl competition hosted by the Mathematical Association of America at its annual Texas Section conference held March 31-April 2 at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. Bartula and Gross are both […]
A&M-Commerce Associate Professor Mehmet Celik, Ph.D., received the Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics from the Mathematical Association of America during its annual Texas Section conference held March 31-April 2 at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. Selection criteria includes demonstrating excellence in teaching college-level mathematics, influencing teaching practice beyond […]
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