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Why Study Math at Elizabethtown

The learning and study environment in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Elizabethtown College is wonderfully cooperative and conducive to learning.

Areas of Study

The learning and study environment in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Elizabethtown College is wonderfully cooperative and conducive to learning.

Math Majors After Graduation

Our graduates go on to successful careers, in graduate studies, and more...

Student Research

 

Frank Arnold ('12) presented a talk entitled Optimal Play of 'Around the World' at the regional MAA meeting in Shippensburg University in Spring 2012. His research was also published in the Pi Mu Epsilon Journal (Volume 13, No. 8, 2013).

Matt Butera ('12) wrote a senior thesis titled A Graph-Theoretic Approach to Bloxorz. He presented his research at the regional MAA meeting in Bryn Mawr University in Fall 2011.

Alan Dyson ('13) wrote a senior thesis on Lebesgue Integration. He presented his research at the regional MAA meeting at Dickinson College in Spring 2013.

Maura Faherty ('13) wrote a senior thesis on Continued Fractions.

Daniel Hart ('11) wrote a senior thesis titled Quantifying the Effect of Catherterization on Venous Blood Flow. He presented his research at the regional MAA meeting at HACC in Spring 2011.

Julia Hodge ('13) wrote a senior thesis titled Using Digital Roots to Outline a Strategy for a Nim-Like Game. She presented her research at the regional MAA meeting at Dickinson College in Spring 2013.

Emily Lehman ('13) wrote a senior thesis titled Mathematics and the Christian Faith; A Parallel Universe.

Doug Summerson ('10) wrote an senior thesis titled Hold'em Poker: A Discrete Analysis. He presented his research at the regional MAA meeting at Elizabethtown College in Spring 2010.

 

 

 

 

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