2014-15 Math and Computer Science Honor's Reception
We love to get our students together for Math and Computer Science related activities and other fun activities. In addition to our department clubs and activities, students are also encouraged to gather for our Finals Week Study Breaks, Fall Picnic, and Spring Honors Reception.
2014 Academic Awards and Activity Recognition Reception
This year's honors recpetion recognized students who have excelled in academics within our department coursework, as well as students who have gone above and beyond the classroom by participating in contests, presenting talks, or leading our student organizations. Here's a complete list of students recognized at this year's recpetion.
Students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above in mathematics and computer science courses are honored.
Majors in Other Departments
Actuarial Science, Computer Science, Mathematics and Integrated Mathematics Majors
Outstanding Student Awards
DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS (2014-2015)
Endowed Scholarship Recipients (2014-2015)
Upsilon Pi Epsilon (Computer Science)
Pi Mu Epsilon (Mathematics)
ACM Student Chapter Officers:
MAA Student Chapter Officers
PME Honorary Officers
UPE Honorary Officers
MAA Ohio Section Meeting
Ashland University College of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Symposium
Ashland University Honors Program Graduates
2014 ACM-ICPC East Central North America Regional Programming Contest Participants
2014 Putnam Mathematical Competition Participants
AU Mathematical Problem of the Month Contest Participants
AU Problem Solving Group
5 Things That Set Ashland Apart
1. Over 1700 students involved in at least one of 115 clubs and organizations on campus
2. Unique core curriculum that teaches students to think with reason, act with skill and live with values
3. 98% of students receive financial aid based on academics, talents and need
4. Top 10 in the NCAA DII Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings for the fourth year in a row
5. 80% of faculty holds a Ph.D. or other terminal degree.
2014-15 Outstanding Seniors - Paul Pernici and Clay Harris (Not pictured.)