What: On-line information session for GW undergraduates who are considering mathematics as a possible major or minor
When: Thursday, August 12, 7:30 to 9:00 pm eastern time (EDT), and
Tuesday, August 24, 7:30 to 9:00 pm eastern time (EDT).
Meeting ID: 962 2955 2798; Passcode: 287810.
All interested GW undergraduates are welcome.
Have you wondered how studying mathematics can further your academic and career goals, make your resume more attractive to prospective employers, or make your graduate or professional school applications stronger? Do you want to benefit from the precise thinking and mental agility that math fosters? Or do you just enjoy math and wonder what you can do with it?
To help answer your questions, the Mathematics Department is holding two on-line information sessions in the weeks before the Fall semester for students who want to explore the options of mathematics as a major or minor.
Interested students are also invited to talk with one of the two
mathematics advisors once we are back on campus this Fall:
Prof. Joseph Bonin, Phillips 720A, [email protected] and
Prof. Jay Daigle, Phillips 720E, [email protected]
Some websites you might want to check out: