Winter Semester Begins
|Welcome back to our returning students and welcome new students! We're going to have a great semester!|
|News and Information|
Elementary Education Math Club Meetings - Winter Semester 2015
The Elementary Education Math Club will meet this semester at 5 PM on Thursdays in 3802 West Science.
ACM Meetings - Winter Semester 2015
The student chapter of ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) will meet this semester at 4 PM on Wednesdays in the Computer Science Laboratory (2311 Jamrich Hall).
Math Club Meetings - Winter Semester 2015
The NMU NMUMath Club will have its first meeting of the semester on Tuesday (02/03/15) at 4 PM in the Math and Computer Science Department conference room (2201 Jamrich Hall). All math majors are welcome.
Miriam B. Schaefer Scholarship
The Miriam B. Schaefer Scholarship is a $2500 scholarship awarded to college students who are elementary education majors with a minor in mathematics or secondary education mathematics majors. Applications are due by May 15, 2015.
NMU Competes in the College MATH Challenge
On November 1, 2014, NMU competed in the annual College MATH (Michigan Autumn Take Home) Challenge.
November Problem of the Month Winner
Congratulations to Cody Hock for winning the November Math Problem of the Month Contest!
2014 Argonne Undergraduate Symposium
A group of students and faculty from NMU traveled to Illinois for the 2014 Argonne Undergraduate Symposium.
2014 ACM North Central North America Regional Programming Contest
The ACM North Central North America Regional Programming Contest took place on Saturday (11/08/14) on the campus of Lake Superior State University. One NMU team placed 3rd at the site. A complete contest summary and team results are here.
October Problem of the Month Winner
Congratulations to Sarah Koskiniemi for winning the October Math Problem of the Month Contest!
Code Michigan 2014 Captain's Award to NMU Students
The Code Michigan Captain's Award is given to participants of Code Michigan that through deed, effort or example have earned recognition. This year the award was presented to two of our students, Josh Fridstrom and Kurt Kilpela, for their civic coding effort and example. They will each receive a prize of $250.
Congratulations, Josh and Kurt!
Computer Science Students Place at Code Michigan
The State of Michigan, along with local units of government and the private sector, held its second annual Code Michigan event on October 3rd in Marquette, Detroit and Newaygo. It is a three-day event where civic-minded developers and designers create apps for Michigan.
Winners received cash awards between $500 and $5,000. First place winners from each location go on to compete for the grand prize of $10,000 and an opportunity to pitch their winning idea to Renaissance Venture Capital Fund.
Ben Harris, Dallas Johnson, Matt Trefilek and Joel Whalen, current computer science majors at NMU, won third place in the Marquette location for a snowplow tracking app they designed.
Join us for presentations on interesting and informative topics. Colloquiums will be held on Fridays at 3:15 PM and Tuesdays at 12 PM during the Winter Semester. Our 2014-2015 schedule and previous schedules are here.