Department of Science and Mathematics
The Science and Mathematics Department’s primary mission is to provide students with a comprehensive background in scientific and mathematical thought. It does this by providing instruction designed to help its students achieve rational thinking and creative problem solving to develop the flexibility of thought they will need in order to cope with continuing changes in the world; and to comprehend and adapt to specific technical and philosophical changes in their chosen professional disciplines.
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|Digital humanities, ocean dumping the subjects of next year’s LAS Dean’s Lectures|
The lecturers are Dr. Kathleen Fitzpatrick in the fall, and Dr. Steven Corey in the spring.
|Luis Nasser Coauthors Paper Published in The Astrophysical Journal|
Dr. Nasser also participated in the Noyce Science Seminar Lectures, and spoke at the Evanston Public Library through a program called Playing with Science.
|Pan Papacosta Completes Weeklong Stint as Visiting Professor at the Nordic Institute of Stage and Studio|
Dr. Papacosta also had his paper, “Cosmic Art: Artistic Expressions of the Universe in Science,” published.
|Jerry Adams Co-Presents 'Why Do Students Fail? A Students' Perspective'|
The paper examines the results and detailed analysis of a survey of around 750 students from several colleges and universities in the Midwest.