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The mathematics and computer science department offers a wide range of courses for students interested in teaching, in graduate school, or in professional work upon graduation. Study in this department ensures students will gain abilities that will help them throughout their work life. Students learn how to problem-solve and how to approach mathematics as a tool. They also gain in-depth knowledge of software and systems concepts in computer science, learning where they may fit in the quickly growing field of technology. Learn more ...

Latest Department News

Events, Students  
Fall 2014

Math Society & ACM Social

Oct 06, 2014

On Wednesday, October 1, the Math Society and ACM co-hosted a social in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. There was food, fun, and a few games of SET! 

Events  
Origami icosahedron

Math/CS Colloquium: Origami Mathematics

Aug 28, 2014

Dr. Bethany Kubik from the US Military Academy will be coming to Moravian College on September 25 to present a colloquium to the Moravian Community. Date/Time: Thursday, September 25, 4:00pm-5:00pm Place: Dana Hall (room 204, Collier Hall of Science) Title: Origami Mathematics We explore the art, science, and mathematics of origami. We begin by discussing the … Read More >

Faculty, Talbott  
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Dr. Shannon Talbott Receives NSF Grant

May 01, 2014

Dr. Shannon Talbott, an Assistant Professor of Mathematics, received an NSF grant in conjunction with Dr. Pamela Harris and Dr. Candice Price, both Assistant Professors at USMA, in order to organize two Scientific Symposia Sessions at the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) National Conference to be held in … Read More >

Curriculum, Faculty, Shank, Students  
Predicting Enrollment

Students Present Statistics Report to Administration

May 01, 2014

On Thursday, May 1, 2014 three senior mathematics majors, Dylan Ricciardi, Brian Skrapits, and Lauren Sumereau, presented their final report, Predicting Enrollment at Moravian College, to members of the Moravian College Administration. This semester long independent study was advised by Dr. Nate Shank.  The project used probit and logit regression models on 2010 – 2013 enrollment data. … Read More >

Coleman, Curriculum, Faculty, Students  
Pete Lega ('86) listens as students answer a question about their work.

Seniors Report their Results to Merck

Apr 27, 2014

On Friday, April 25 the students in CSCI 334 System Design and Implementation reported their results to members of Merck, their clients for the semester. The project was to add visualization of the medical data stored in the database of an instance of OpenMRS, an open-source software package used in dozens of countries. This summer, … Read More >

Faculty, Talbott  
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Dr. Shannon Talbott Gives Talk at EPaDel

Apr 27, 2014

On April 26, 2014, Dr. Shannon Talbott was invited to give a talk in the new colleague session at the spring meeting of the EPaDel (Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware) section of the MAA.  The talk, “Visualizing Algebras with Directed Graphs,” discussed basic notions of representation theory in terms of quivers, i.e. directed graphs.

Events  

Math Matters at Moravian 2014

Apr 25, 2014

On Thursday, April 24, 58 students from 11 area high schools came to Moravian for the 9th annual offering of Math Matters at Moravian.  This event gives the students a chance to explore areas of mathematics they have not seen in high school. This year, Dr. Nathan Shank gave the keynote, “Mathematics of Random Graphs and Networks,” … Read More >

Faculty, Shank, Students  
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Dr. Nathan Shank Gives Talk at Northampton Community College

Apr 19, 2014

On Thursday, April 17, 2014 Dr. Nate Shank gave an invited talk at Northampton Community College to over 30 mathematics and computer science students.  The talk, Dominating and Breaking Graphs and Networks, highlighted two student research topics which were studied during the summer of 2012. Both topics, dominating number and connectivity parameters,  are related to network … Read More >

   

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