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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|Art and Materials Conservation Program Mentioned in Chicago Sun-Times Article|
The story, which quotes Columbia College Chicago's new President, Dr. Kwang-Wu Kim, is titled, "Colleges feel pressure to help produce, deliver technology training."
|LAS Dean's Office Releases Fourth Issue of @LAS Magazine.|
The publication is the annual magazine of the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and this is the fourth issue in as many years.
|Azar Khosravani and Constantin Rasinariu Collaborate on Paper|
The paper, "n-Digit Benford Distributed Random Variables,” was accepted for publication in Advances and Applications in Statistics.
|Weihua Li Has Two Papers Published|
The papers appeared in Operators and Matrices and Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society.