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Three Computer Science Students Receive Undergraduate Research Funding

Three Computer Science Students Receive Undergraduate Research Funding

J.R. Villari (class of 2016), Kate Evans (class of 2017) and Joie Murphy (class of 2017) have each received funding from the Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates (CREU) program to perform research during the 2014-2015 academic year under the supervision of Dr. Dimitris Papamichail. Their undergraduate research project aims to create efficient algorithms and computational

Math professor’s research published in New England Journal of Medicine

Math professor’s research published in New England Journal of Medicine

Michael Ochs uses probability to estimate potential molecular activities in cancer.

Applications Requested for Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships

Applications Requested for Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships

Exceptional TCNJ sophomore and junior students who intend to pursue a Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. in science, mathematics, or engineering are encouraged to apply for Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships.  The scholarship, which provides $7,500 per year for up to two years, is highly prestigious.  Therefore, even those students with full scholarships are encouraged to apply.  Applicants

Two Biology Students’ Research Recognized at International Conference

Two Biology Students’ Research Recognized at International Conference

Gabrielle Dominguez (Biology ’14) and Annette Califano (Biology ’14) each presented their undergraduate research as posters at the 51st annual meeting of the Animal Behavior Society in Princeton, NJ from 8/9/14 – 8/13-14. The international meeting was attended by a diverse group of over 700 animal behaviorists from six continents. Both students participated in the

TCNJ Professor Publishes New Book on the History of Mathematics – Count like an Egyptian: A Hands-on Introduction to Ancient Mathematics

TCNJ Professor Publishes New Book on the History of Mathematics – Count like an Egyptian: A Hands-on Introduction to Ancient Mathematics

The mathematics of ancient Egypt was fundamentally different from our math today. Contrary to what people might think, it wasn’t a primitive forerunner of modern mathematics. In fact, it can’t be understood using our current computational methods. Count Like an Egyptian provides a fun, hands-on introduction to the intuitive and often-surprising art of ancient Egyptian

Biology Major Participates in Euroscholar Program in the Netherlands

Biology Major Participates in Euroscholar Program in the Netherlands

Biology major Andrew Goldfarb, and recent Goldwater Scholarship winner, has spent six months in the Netherlands participating in the Euroscholars program, which provides research-abroad experiences. Andrew will be returning to TCNJ for the Fall 2014 semester, and his experience abroad has recently been profiled by Euroscholars. For more information on Andrew’s work, see this article.

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