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A Model for Success

A Model for Success

Sridhar Tayur lectured math students on January 25 and proved that a career in math doesn’t have to be boring and that they can do anything they want with math.

Applying Math, Saving Lives

Applying Math, Saving Lives

Dr. Sridhar Tayur of Carnegie Mellon will speak on January 22, 2013 on how he is using math to save the lives of those dying from end-stage renal disease.

World-renowned Chemical Engineer Comes to BYU

World-renowned Chemical Engineer Comes to BYU

It’s not everyday that one of the 100 most important people in America comes to Brigham Young University. But on February 6, Dr. Robert Langer, a renowned chemist from MIT, will present this year’s Izatt-Christensen lecture.

Killer Test + Mad Skills = Mathlete

Killer Test + Mad Skills = Mathlete

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Forget the mistletoe and holly berries. Bring on the calculators, pencils, and scratch paper. Mathematics students found all of these at this year’s Intermountain Math Competition, where the top six students were all from BYU.

A Winning Formula for Mentoring

A Winning Formula for Mentoring

Professor Michael Dorff of the Mathematics Department will be announced as the recipient of the Lawrence K. Egbert Teaching and Learning Faculty Fellowship award at next year’s annual university conference.