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Keep yourself updated about the department. Check out the available MSCS Mess issues [http://stolaf.edu/depts/mscs/MSCS_Mess here]. Keep yourself updated about the department. Check out the available MSCS Mess issues [http://stolaf.edu/depts/mscs/MSCS_Mess here].
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 +'''Tuesday, April 20''' RNS 410 1:30pm Intersection of Curves in Algebraic Geometry - Kaisa Taipale, University of Minnesota
Wondering what Sem: Applied refers to in the Class and Lab Schedule? Well, this year Professor Paul Humke is teaching a course titled Fractal Geometry. If you take this course, you will learn everything from the mathematics of a fractal to how these structures relate to the real world. Students who have taken ERA are invited to enroll. Wondering what Sem: Applied refers to in the Class and Lab Schedule? Well, this year Professor Paul Humke is teaching a course titled Fractal Geometry. If you take this course, you will learn everything from the mathematics of a fractal to how these structures relate to the real world. Students who have taken ERA are invited to enroll.

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The mathematics program at St. Olaf is nationally recognized for innovative and effective teaching, for scholarship, and for service to the profession. We see mathematics as interesting, important, useful, and appropriate for students with a wide variety of interests. Welcome to our mathematical community.

What's Happening in St. Olaf Math?


Keep yourself updated about the department. Check out the available MSCS Mess issues here.

Tuesday, April 20 RNS 410 1:30pm Intersection of Curves in Algebraic Geometry - Kaisa Taipale, University of Minnesota

Wondering what Sem: Applied refers to in the Class and Lab Schedule? Well, this year Professor Paul Humke is teaching a course titled Fractal Geometry. If you take this course, you will learn everything from the mathematics of a fractal to how these structures relate to the real world. Students who have taken ERA are invited to enroll.