Posts Tagged ‘School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences’

Herbert Scholar and math student loves personal attention at IU East

Friday, November 28th

Indiana University East was in pretty heady company when Tyler Kennedy considered coming to Richmond to earn a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. TylerKennedy

He applied to only two other places—MIT and Rose-Hulman—for studies in his eventual quest to become an actuarial.

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IU East News and Notes

Tuesday, November 24th

Mathematics Professor Publishes New Theory in Paper
A new mathematical theory titled, “Slant Antieigenvalue Theory” developed by Mort Seddighin, IU East professor of mathematics, and professor Karl Gustafson of the University of Colorado-Boulder, was presented in a lengthy paper accepted for publication in the Journal of Linear Algebra and Applications. LAA is one of the top referred international journals in mathematics published by Elsevier.

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