Sioux City, IA –Mitch Keller, assistant professor of mathematics at Morningside, and Morningside students Usame Suud, Tony Glackin, and David Swerev attended and presented at the Joint Mathematics Meetings from January 15 – 18 in Denver, Colo.
Keller was the invited speaker for the American Mathematical Society (AMS) Special Session on Mathematical Information in the Digital Age of Science where he presented “The Mathematics Genealogy Project as a Data Set.” Suud presented his poster, “Stanley Depth of Squarefree Veronese Ideals of Degree 2,” during the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Undergraduate Poster Session which received an outstanding ranking by the judges.
Hosted by the AMS and MAA, Joint Mathematics Meetings is the largest mathematics meeting in the world. The meeting provides an opportunity to learn about innovative mathematical research and connect with the mathematical community.
Students at Morningside can earn a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts in mathematics, a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics teaching, and a minor in mathematics. With small class sizes and unique research opportunities, the math program at Morningside prepares students for a variety of industries.