Hack-a-thon results

Our team from the Dept of Math and Computer  Science finished first runner-up position in the international Microsoft Hackathon competition last fall. The students who participated are: Eric Black, SHU College of Arts and Sciences, Junior Bryce Gray , SHU College of Arts and Sciences, Sophomore Victor Carrillo, SHU College of Arts and Sciences, Junior… Continue reading Hack-a-thon results

Dr. Charles Franke

Dr. Charlie Franke By Ronald Infante   I first met Charles Franke in September of 1958.  Although he was only a couple of years older than I, he was my Calculus II instructor, freshly discharged from the US Army and eager to resume his mathematical studies.  The school was Newark Rutgers, his alma mater, and… Continue reading Dr. Charles Franke

Dr. Joseph Andrushkiw

PROFESSOR JOSEPH W. ANDRUSHKIW (1906 – 1984) BY Dr. John J. Saccoman (1939-2019) The advent of Sputnik in 1957 and the ensuing space race saw an expansion of mathematics and science departments at all universities and colleges in the U. S.  Seton Hall University was fortunate to have the guiding hand of Joseph W. Andrushkiw… Continue reading Dr. Joseph Andrushkiw

Hackathon Oct. 21-23

Teams of students from Seton Hall University and beyond are invited to participate in a Solar Power Platform Hackathon from October 21 – 23, a virtual event sponsored by Microsoft, Seton Hall University and Solar Landscape. Registration open until October 15. For more information, click here.

Cybersecurity Conference

Our Department is serving as co-sponsor of the 2022 NJ Cybersecurity Conference, to be held virtually on Friday, October 14. For more information, click here.  

Employment and Mathematics

  “Opportunities for undergraduate research, CNBC, July 31,2022: A bachelor’s degree in mathematics gives students the highest chances to secure a job right after graduation, followed by BAs in chemistry, history and music, according to a recent study by ProWritingAid, based on data from the U.S. Department of Education and college degree programs nationwide.” Read more at… Continue reading Employment and Mathematics