¹ department chair
² part-time faculty
Class of '13 graduates
Today's commencement ceremonies honored 12 students
graduating in department-related majors.
In computer science were John Dyer, Clarissa (Burton) Harpool, Jeannette
Inema, Andres Ramirez, and Safari Sibomana.
In mathematics were Lauren Beck, Innocent Bushayija, Calvin
Cochran, Lauren Irby, Patrick Karangwa, Eric Lew, and Sarah Pullen.
We congratulate our newest alumni and wish them well!
11 May 2013
Student awards presented
At Honors Day today, the college presented our
Innocent Bushayija and Sarah Pullen received the
Hogan Mathematics Award;
Calvin Cochran received the Parker
Undergraduate Mathematics Research Award;
and Justin Murdock, Trang Nguyen, and Grant Zurcher received the
McHenry-Lane Freshman Mathematics Award.
Departmental distinction went to
Innocent Bushayija, Calvin Cochran, and Sarah Pullen.
Congratulations to all recipients!
25 Apr 2012
Senior presentations next week!
Our twelve seniors in mathematics and computer science
will be presenting their senior theses Monday through Wednesday,
3:00 to 5:00, in MCReynolds 315. Everybody is invited to attend.
29 Mar 2013
Math/Comp Sci double-major wins Goldwater Scholarship
Kaleigh Clary, a junior double-majoring in mathematics and
computer science, was awarded a Goldwater Scholarship, placing
her among a select group of 271 awarded nationwide for this
highly competitive scholarship. Kaleigh's long-term plan is to pursue
research in machine learning at a national laboratory or in
industry. Kaleigh was one of the four STEM students Hendrix was
eligible to recommend for the scholarship — already a
strong honor; this year, all four Hendrix nominees won the
scholarship, a feat matched by only three other schools in the
29 Mar 2013
Putnam scores announced
Mathematics sophomore Quan Nguyen earned a strong score in the
the annual Putnam competition,
a highly prestigious nationwide contest where students discover
difficult mathematical proofs individually.
His score placed him in the top 320 students nationally, among
4,277 contestants overall.
Another Hendrix sophomore — Xuanhua Wang — also
did well, scoring in the top third of the students.
Taken together as a team, Hendrix was placed 139th nationally
among the 578 institutions.
29 Mar 2013