Posted on Oct 24, 2012
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics next entry point for ALL graduate programs (M.Sc. and Ph.D.) is September 2015. In order to receive full consideration for funding, applications should be received no later than February 1, 2015. You must apply online.
Posted on Jun 5, 2014
Math & Stats programs at the University of Guelph have always "hit above their weight" -- we have small programs with lots of POP! -- and we have two more outstanding examples to add:
We are delighted to congratulate Laura Thompson (2014 B.Sc. Applied Math & Stats Co-op) for being awarded the UoG's Governor General's Silver Medal, for top performance at the university by an undergraduate student! Laura is also the recipient of the College of Physical and Engineering Science (CPES) Graduation Prize and has been named to the CPES Society of Excellence.
We are also thrilled to congratulate Sarah Plosker (2013 Ph.D. Applied Math) for being awarded the UoG's Governor General's Gold Medal, for top performance at the university by a graduate student! This creates a rare back-to-back program success, as Nathaniel Johnston (2012 Ph.D. Applied Math) received last year's Gold Medal!
See the "College news release".
Posted on Jun 25, 2013
Both completed doctorates in 2012 with Prof. Paul McNicholas and are now post-docs in the department. “The awards are international recognition of the work we’re doing in classification,” says McNicholas.
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Posted on Mar 26, 2013
Terence Attema, a Math&Stats grad student and member of Guelph's Speed River Track & Field club, won the 30K Around the Bay Road Race.
Attema, a 23-year-old who competes for Guelph’s Speed River Track and Field Club, captured the 30-kilometre event in one hour, 35 minutes, 44.1 seconds.
Check out the Guelph Mercury for the full article.
Posted on Mar 20, 2013
Teaching Innovation: Prof uses YouTube as a learning tool
By Susan Bubak
Need help finding the mean and variance of a continuous probability distribution? Check out Prof. Jeremy Balka’s YouTube channel, which he created to help teach his students about introductory math and statistics.
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