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Students Inducted into ΦΒΚ
The following mathematics and computer science majors have been selected in 2015 for membership in ΦΒΚ by Zeta of New York, the HWS chapter of the organization:
- Alana Kilcullen, WS'15
- Matthew McPartlon, H'16
- Kyle Zaverton, H'15
In addition, Luke DeLuccia H'15 was selected for membership as a Junior in 2014. Selection as a Junior is considered to be a singular honor.
Posted 6 May 2015
Department Prizes for 2014
- The Robert Beinert Prize, awarded to a a graduating Senior for excellence in Mathematics, to Joshua Danis H'14.
- The John S. Klein Prize, awarded to a graduating Senior to recognize excellence in Computer Science, to Erxin Du WS'14 and Nicholas Schmidt H'14.
- The Catherine Adele Rippey '35 Prize, to a William Smith senior to recognize excellence in Mathematics (extended for 2014 to include excellence in Computer Science), to Erxin Du, WS'14.
- The Glenn M. Lee Prize in Mathematics, awarded to the Hobart senior who has been most proficient in the areas of mathematics and athletics, to Michael Green H'14.
- The Abigail Mosey Book Prize, awarded to a Hobart or William Smith Senior for generosity in helping others to learn and appreciate mathematical ideas, to Joshua Danis H'14.
- The William Ross Proctor Prize, awarded to the William Smith Sophomore who has achieved the highest rank in mathematics in her first two years at the Colleges, to Siyan Tao WS'16.
- The Irving Bentsen Prize, awarded to the second year student at Hobart College who has the most outstanding record in mathematics and computer science, to John Remmert H'16.
For more about student prizes in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, including lists of past recipients, visit our department prizes page.
Posted 20 May 2014
Honors 2014: Mike Green and Nick Schmidt
Two students completed honors projects in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science during the academic year 2013–14. An Honors project is a year-long endeavour culminating in a long Honors thesis and an oral examination by a committee of three examiners.
Michael Green '14 did Honors in Mathematics, working with Professor Yan Hao. His honors project was titled "A Mathematical Model of College Friendships". Here is Mike's description of the project: "We are creating a computer model to study the social interactions between college students. In this model, we will use the exchange of available social hours between friends to study the interactions between friends. From this study we will look to find how well college friendships help students to distress, how long college friendships typically last, and the optimum number of friends to have."
Nicholas Schmidt '14 worked with Professor John Vaughn on an Honors in Computer Science. His project, "i3: An Environmental Sensor Base Station," is described as "My honors project is in two parts. One is creating a weather base station that collects weather and sensor data. The second is a mobile application that shows the collected data to the user. The base station is cube-shaped and the mobile platform will be iOS."
Posted 11 May 2014
CS Graduates at Beef-n-Brew
Posted 8 May 2014
Finalist for "The Pitch"
John Darby is a double major in computer science and architecture and is a member of the HWS Sailing team. His idea for the pitch arose partly from an independent study that he did in web site programming. John will attend graduate school next year in the architecture program at the University of Pennsylvania.
The Stu Lieblein '90 Pitch was held for the third time this year. It was established to promote entrepreneurial leadership and is organized by the Centennial Center for Leadership of Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
Posted 18 April 2014
Department Prizes for 2013
- The John S. Klein Prize, awarded to a graduating Senior to recognize excellence in Computer Science, to Alexander Kittelberger H'13.
- The Abigail Mosey Book Prize, awarded to a Hobart or William Smith Senior for generosity in helping others to learn and appreciate mathematical ideas, to Samuel Heinle H'13
- The William Ross Proctor Prize, awarded to the William Smith Sophomore who has achieved the highest rank in mathematics in her first two years at the Colleges, to Alana Kilcullen WS'15
- The Irving Bentsen Prize, awarded to the second year student at Hobart College who has the most outstanding record in mathematics and computer science, to Ruiqian (Richard) Dai H'15 and Luke DeLuccia H'15.
For more about student prizes in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, visit our department prizes page.
Posted 29 April 2013
Alex Kittelberger Honors Project
Posted 29 April 2013
Laser Tag in CPSC 336
Students in the photo, from left to right, are: Kieran Koehnlein H'13, Kingsley Adarkwah H'13, Sam Heine H'13, Ruiting Wang H'14, Mark Benya H'14, and Chazoi Hardware H'13.
Posted 18 February 2013
Gionet Receives Fulbright Scholarship
The Fulbright Program was established by the U.S. Congress in 1946. The purpose of the Fulbright Program worldwide is "to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries by means of educational and cultural exchange." The U.S. State Department's Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs (ECA) is the principal administrator of the Fulbright Program. Bi-national commissions, composed equally of U.S. and partner-country citizens, coordinate Fulbright Programs in fifty-one of the 140 participating countries.
Posted 15 April 2012
Yaoxin Liu Honors Project
Posted 13 April 2012