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In fall 2013, IIT will launch a new professional master’s program in applied mathematics. This non-thesis master’s degree will provide applied and computational mathematics training in conjunction with teaching communication and teamwork skills demanded by today’s employers. The...
“Financial Bubbles Through History, Viewed Through Mathematics” by Philip Protter, Professor of Statistics, Columbia University MTCC Auditorium, April 22, 3:15 pm The history of the western industrialized world is rich with the stories of financial bubbles. Protter will explore how to...
On the last day of fall semester, Chemistry Associate Chair and Lecturer Maria Tanner and her general chemistry course students performed a dynamic chemistry demonstration show called Chemistry in Action. Chemistry majors Shirley Nwangwa and Matthew Seludo, seven other undergraduates, and chemistry...
A team of Illinois Institute of Technology researchers has discovered a powerful tumor suppressor found only in cancer cells, BaxΔ2, suggesting the possibility that the sick cells are generating a previously unknown protein to stop their growth. The discovery offers exciting possibilities for...
If you're working in industry or in research and development, then you know how hard it is to find good interns and co-op students for cutting-edge areas. One good way is to teach: You can pass on your expertise, meet good students, and get paid for doing it. Applications are invited for part-time...
Jacob “Jake” Matijevic (Math ‘69), a great space engineer, died on August 20, 2012 in Los Angeles, CA. Matijevic received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from IIT and later earned a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1973. He joined NASA and the Jet Propulsion...
Barrett Leslie, 3rd-year AMAT student at IIT, along with students from University of Oxford, Purdue University, Middle Eastern Technical University, and University of Illinois at Chicago, took on a leadership role at a recent Society for Industry and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Annual Conference in...
The College of Science and Letters has named its first cadre of Distinguished Teaching Fellows to further teaching and learning excellence in the college. The Distinguished Teaching Fellows includeGreg Fasshauer, professor of applied mathematics, associate chair, and director of undergraduate...
Illinois Institute of Technology Department of Computer Science Applications are invited for a part-time instructor in Computer Science starting in the Spring 2014 semester. Highly qualified candidates from all areas of computer science will be considered. Commitment to excellence in teaching at...
Norman Lederman, distinguished professor, mathematics and science education, will deliver the keynote address at the 2012 International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching (IHPST) Asian Regional Conference [http://ihpst2012.snu.ac.kr/welcome.php], October 18-20, 2012 at Seoul National...

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