College of Arts and Sciences
  • End-of-Year Party: May 1, 2015 in SCAN garden.
  • Actuarial Presentation by Ian Rolland. April 29.  Photo page
    • IPFW's Actuarial Club, PI Math Club, and Pi Mu Epsilon invite you to join us for an informative discussion with Ian Rolland, retired Chairman and CEO of the Lincoln Financial Group, a Fortune 500 company.
    • Mr. Rolland joined Lincoln National Life's actuarial program in 1956, and he became president of the company in 1975. Two years later, he became CEO, a position he held until retiring in 1998. He has a wealth of experience in insurance, corporate planning, and leadership. In 1988-1989, Mr. Rolland also served as president of the Society of Actuaries.
  • Math Matters: PI Math Club/Pi Mu Epsilon student talks, April 22, 2015.
    • Call for papers: PDF
    • Poster: PDF
    • Photo page
    • Bre Anne Briskey, Men or Women: Who Really Talks More?
    • Jessie Moffitt, Modeling Water Distribution Using Flow Networks
    • Luke Bertsch, Optimal Blackjack Strategy
    • Vreneli Brenneman, Solomon's Pool
  • DVD Event: The Music of the Primes. Feb. 25. PDF
  • End-of-Semester Party. Dec. 12, 2014 PDF
  • A Celebration of the Mathematical Mind, for the Martin Gardner Centennial. PDF
    • Nov. 14, 2014.
    • Soap Bubbles and Geometry, by Professor Coffman
    • followed by more short talks on recreational mathematics by Professor Berry, Andy Rich, Manchester University, and Mel Royer, Indiana Wesleyan University.
    • Photo Page
  • PI Math Club Fall Picnic: Oct. 20.
  • Actuarial Club: visiting company representatives PDF
    • R. Richmond, Lincoln Financial Group, Thurs. Oct. 9 5:30 in KT G43
    • A. Michalek, Swiss Re, Thurs. Oct. 16 3:00 in LA 226
  • Robin Wilson, Open University, England, Euler: 300 Years On.  Oct. 1.  Photo Page  PDF
  • Robin Wilson, Open University, England, Mathematics: A Philatelic History PDF
    • In this talk I cover the entire history of mathematics in just over an hour! To do so, I shall illustrate it in an unusual way – with over 300 postage stamps featuring mathematics and mathematicians – some very bizarre!
    • Oct. 3. Followed by tea and cookies reception.
    • Photo page