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  • Graduate Programs — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    us unique But there is a combination of qualities that we think distinguishes our mathematics graduate program in a more substantial way We are a small program with a high student faculty ratio The ratio is about 1 1 We provide a nurturing yet rigorous and challenging environment The master s program prepares candidates for Ph D study or for work in teaching or industry The department is engaged in undergraduate curriculum reform using leading edge technology and graduate students participate in this We have a record of recruiting graduating and placing minority students Financial assistance Students who are awarded teaching assistantships normally teach one course per semester This allows graduate students maximum freedom to pursue graduate study while perfecting their teaching skills The nine month stipend amount is approximately 19 000 as of 2010 including full tuition remission and medical benefits In addition each year the department can nominate outstanding candidates for Minority Fellowships and Presidential Fellowships Required course work Ten courses 30hrs at the 400 or 500 level are required for the M A The graduate 500 level courses are centered around four year long sequences in algebra analysis differential geometry and topology Two of these sequences must be completed for the M A There are 400 level courses in these areas which prepare the student for the graduate level sequences Courses at the advanced graduate level allow the student to proceed beyond the standard graduate curriculum into areas of research represented by the faculty Additional course work and a dissertation consisting of original research are required for the Ph D Mathematics courses offered by the department The faculty SLU has an internationally recognized faculty in the research areas of geometric and algebraic topology differential geometry relativity theory group theory group representation theory and functional analysis A high

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  • Awards and Scholarships — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    award give to one or more of the most outstanding graduating seniors in computer science The award is named for the late John Elder a member of the department and a pioneer in computational number theory Al and Shelley Beradino Award The Beradino Award is an annual cash award given each year to an undergraduate student for service to the department Computer Science Senior Capstone Award Given each year for the most outstanding Capstone Project in Computer Science Scholarships for Continuing Students Award The Boeing BOLD Scholarships Due Early Fall semester Forms BoeingBOLD app pdf Boeing BOLD Scholarships A grant from Boeing provides 10 scholarships for students meeting the following criteria Sophomore junior or senior status at least 1 remaining year with GPA of 3 2 or above Majoring in computer science or mathematics Minoring or pursuing a second major in math computer science business or engineering For more information please see the BOLD scholarships page Award Math CS Scholarships Due Middle of Spring Semester Forms scholarship app pdf scholarship app doc Costigan Scholarship This endowed scholarship was established in 2005 It is given to mathematics and computer science majors who will be juniors and seniors the following year Francis Regan Scholarship This endowed scholarship is given each year to mathematics majors who will be seniors the following year It was established in honor of Francis Regan on his retirement in 1971 Circle of Five Scholarship This endowed scholarship is given each year to mathematics majors who plan to teach mathematics at the secondary level It was established by Richard Winter in 2009 Awards for Lower Division Students Computer Science The Computer Science Award For outstanding performance in an introductory computer science class Mathematics The deparment awards prizes to our outstanding lower division math students Eligible students Must have finished

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  • Boeing BOLD Scholarships — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    following schools College of Arts and Sciences John Cook School of Business and Parks College of Engineering Aviation and Technology To be eligible a student must Be a sophomore as of the beginning of the Fall 2015 semester junior or senior not graduating prior to May 2017 with a SLU cumulative GPA of 3 2 or above Have a primary major in one of the four focus areas business engineering mathematics and computer science and a secondary major minor or certificate in one of the four focus areas Students may have a primary major and a secondary major minor or certificate in the same college or school Preference is given to students who have formally declared their major Potential to make a significant contribution to the University s goal of providing a culturally professionally and ethnically diverse learning environment Preference will be given to United States citizens Students who intend to complete a dual major or a minor in one of the academic programs listed above are encouraged to declare their intentions with their academic advisor and with each academic department Applications for students in the College of Arts Sciences are available in Ritter Hall 103 and should be returned there as well For questions please contact Dr Jim Hebda at hebdajj slu edu or 977 2444 About the BOLD Scholarship The Boeing Company is committed to preparing leaders for the global workforce Saint Louis University offers an ideal partnership opportunity by providing a multidisciplinary and holistic education which is not only recognized for technical excellence but is also highly regarded for its legendary preparation of the whole person Therefore the BOLD Scholarship presents the Boeing Company with a unique opportunity to select and mentor those students majoring in business engineering mathematics and or computer science at Saint Louis University

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  • Past Winners — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    Lija Silliunas John Trey Ward 2013 Dakota Alger Benjamin Beshel Sarah Blackwell Kaitlin Ford Will Gardner Lauren Hoss Gyujoon Hwang Jake Laktas Dylan Lawrence Joanne Martin Jenna Meyer Luke Reichold Saddha Santanaporn 2012 William Allen James Berlage John Cavin Taylor Clark Kevin Costorf Anupam Devkota John Holland Shimiao Huang Dylan Lawrence Joe Mayer Chris Porter Aaron Rowe Denana Vehab Nicholas R Walker Chester Yap 2011 Andrew Bartelsmeyer Daniel Blackwell Nathan Bossart Nicholas Brown Jay Bryant Nie Chen Tyler Dinkelspiel Wesley Gardner Thomas Hastings Adnan Hussaini George Klein Andrew Long Jessica Sanneman 2010 Megan Beck Crysta Henthorne Ryan Hughes Peter Kallal Catherine Mollmann Richard Pfleging Jon Pilla Matt Satcher Pat Troy 2009 David Austerberry Robert Caruso Andrew Fields Andrew Glock Elizabeth Honigfort Sai Inampudi Thomas Matt Kelly Nicholas Nelson Jeff Pretz Daniel Westhoff Albert Xu 2008 Maria Barna Patrick Curran Matthew Coffey Sarah Fenton Casey Hanson Douglas Kirkpatrick Anton Kuchman Sister Terisa Liu Emily Ognacevic Robert Moehle Marshal Pang Brian Sack John Sanders Ian Schillebeeckx Eric Smith Ashley Wood 2007 Thomas Aleman Meredith Auer Jacob Christian Salvador Cruz Christopher Force Barbara Hall Alyssa Kernen Jeremy King Alex Marino Bryan Psimas Morgan Quinley Brandon Smith Thomas Smith Julie Springer Mathematics Awards The Mathematics Award is presented to outstanding lower division math students who have completed the calculus sequence 2015 Jordan Becker Alec Beeve Justin Bell Hayden File Yingbang Huang Andres Samano Prerak Trivedi 2014 Joseph Bruns Christopher Eberlin Clarissa LeVasseur Rachel Kingery Bhargavi Kullakanda Joanne Martin Christien West 2013 Ryan Ahern Sarah Blackwell John Cavin Zhlyin Fang Shannon Moore 2012 Zlatomira Atanasova Elena Baluyut Nathan Bossart Nicholas Brown Shuhan Chu Allison Davis Parry Draper Timothy Dreyer Stephen Deves Zhiyin Fang Shi Fu William Gardner Matthew Genova Shimiao Huang Kristin Kalinowski Nathan Klosterman Callan Luetkemeyer Phillip Martin Tom Moline Ashley Nguyen Thomas Pathiyil Richard Pham Ben Raymond Mingzhang Yan Amanda Zinger 2011 Jiushi Bao Andrew Bartelsmeyer Xiaoxue Cai Kyle Donahue Anthony Grzeda Shengchao Huangfu Elizabeth Kreienkamp John Ledvora Keval Shah Patrick Sowa Junrong Yu Feng Zhang 2010 Jesse Kalliongis Robert Morales Binquan Sun Linzhi Wang Sam Vohsen Jinjing Zhan 2009 David Austerberry Elizabeth Honigfort Richard Fields Hao Zhao Adam Abegg Thomas O Keefe Matthew Washburn Ankit Agrawal John Sanders Linda Holyoke James Starke Erich Boomgarden 2008 Lara Brandstetter Thomas Chlebeck Comeron Ghobadi Molly Hanley Ashley Hobgood Hua Hua Jason Jonovski Melissa Kathman Victor Liou Laura Marquardt Robert Moehle Emily Ognacevic Chris Pierse Brandon Smith Ryan Soklaski Yingchen Sun Susan Thompson Brian Verbus Benjamin Westerhaus Elizabeth Wurtzler Amber Zdanovec 2007 Gregory Cooper Barbara Hall Daniel Ironside Rebecca Kies Caleb Scherer Austin Strieker 2006 Jennifer A Aleshire Evan M Davidson David J Doughty II Natalie B Fording Scott A Hardouin Benjamin C Koukol Jordan M Miller Shannon K Moriarity Matthew A Paradise Marc C Reese Brian P Rodrigue Jr Arum M Sebastian Benjamin Sullivan Nicholas C Uffelmann Kevin M Vandevoorde 2005 Benjamin Bennett Dana Fuchs Brian Heberer Patricia Ann Huber Matthew Lakebrink Darren Pais Adolfo Lopez Rivera Kayla Schleicher Frank Semmelmayer Ryan Wilson 2004 Michelle

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  • Math/CS Scholarship PDF Application — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    Sciences Home Apply Now Prospective Students Info Math CS Scholarship PDF Application Regan Costigan Circle of Five for 2014 2015 scholarship app pdf PDF document 44Kb Document Actions Send this Print this February 2016 February Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

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  • Math/CS Scholarship DOC Application — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    Home Apply Now Prospective Students Info Math CS Scholarship DOC Application Regan Costigan Circle of Five for 2014 15 scholarship app doc Microsoft Word Document 25Kb Document Actions Send this Print this February 2016 February Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

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  • Awards and Scholarships — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    in the email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment A comment about this link February 2016 February Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

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  • Awards and Scholarships — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    give to one or more of the most outstanding graduating seniors in computer science The award is named for the late John Elder a member of the department and a pioneer in computational number theory Al and Shelley Beradino Award The Beradino Award is an annual cash award given each year to an undergraduate student for service to the department Computer Science Senior Capstone Award Given each year for the most outstanding Capstone Project in Computer Science Scholarships for Continuing Students Award The Boeing BOLD Scholarships Due Early Fall semester Forms BoeingBOLD app pdf Boeing BOLD Scholarships A grant from Boeing provides 10 scholarships for students meeting the following criteria Sophomore junior or senior status at least 1 remaining year with GPA of 3 2 or above Majoring in computer science or mathematics Minoring or pursuing a second major in math computer science business or engineering For more information please see the BOLD scholarships page Award Math CS Scholarships Due Middle of Spring Semester Forms scholarship app pdf scholarship app doc Costigan Scholarship This endowed scholarship was established in 2005 It is given to mathematics and computer science majors who will be juniors and seniors the following year Francis Regan Scholarship This endowed scholarship is given each year to mathematics majors who will be seniors the following year It was established in honor of Francis Regan on his retirement in 1971 Circle of Five Scholarship This endowed scholarship is given each year to mathematics majors who plan to teach mathematics at the secondary level It was established by Richard Winter in 2009 Awards for Lower Division Students Computer Science The Computer Science Award For outstanding performance in an introductory computer science class Mathematics The deparment awards prizes to our outstanding lower division math students Eligible students Must have finished Calculus

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