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Upcoming Events

Thu., Sep. 18: 
Common Exams: 111, 112, 122
See your instructor for time/place.


Fri., Sep. 19: 3:00
AMS Colloquium
David Bortz, University of Colorado, Boulder
CH-143


Fri., Sep. 19: 6:00pm
Math Club Rockies Night!
Come join the Math Club as we support the Rockies in their attempt to achieve the mathematically impossible!
Coors Field


Mon., Sep. 22: 3:00
Tea Time
Join us for coffee/tea, cookies and good conversation!


Tue., Sep. 23: 5:00
SWiM Meeting
CSM/AMS alumna, Katie Hayden will discuss her industry experience as a FAST Implementation Consultant.
CH-143


Thu., Sep. 25: 4:00
Special AMS Colloquium
Ian Sloan, University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia
CO-219


Interested in math or statistics but just not sure where to go from here?
Explore the possibilities:    

Careers in Math or Statistics       Majoring in Applied Mathematics       Majoring in Statistics

Math/Stat Moments

What can you do with a Math degree?...

Happy at my Job!

... Apparently, really enjoy your job!  According to CareerCast.com's rankings of the 10 best and 10 worst jobs, being a mathematician is the best job to have in 2014!  Not only that but 3 of the top 5 jobs are math related with Statistician coming in at #3 and Actuary at #4.  To paint an even better picture of the opportunities that AMS offers and that Mines offers, 9 of the top 10 jobs are STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) related.  So with all due respect to lumberjacks everywhere, we know what you can do with your Mines education -- love your work!

For the full article, check out CNBC...

Spotlight on AMS

Congratulations to Professor Diniz Behn

Professor Cecilia Diniz Bhen, who joined AMS last year and whose research interests lie in differential equations with applications to mathematical biology, has received a research grant from Children's Hospital Colorado.  Professor Diniz Behn, along with Melanie Cree Green from the Pediatric Endocrinology Dept. of Children's Hospital Colorado received funding for their project entitled, "Hepatic and Andipose Insulin Resistance in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome".

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