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September 2006, Dr. Suzan Gazioglu is a presenter at the 2006 International Conference of the Royal Statistical Society in Belfast/U.K.

May 2006, Congratulations to Rick Rossi on the publication of his new book: Theorems, Corollaries, Lemmas, and Methods of Proof Richard J. Rossi, Wiley-Interscience, Hoboken, 2006.

May 2006, Mathematics major Demitri Plessas is the valedictorian for the College of Mathematics and Science. Demitri is planning on attending the University of Montana to pursue an advanced degree in mathematics.

May 2006, Dr. Janina Lupkiewicz awarded Professor Emeritus for her outstanding contribution to Montana Tech over her 30 year career.

May 2006, Dr. Janina Lupkiewicz retires after 30 years of service at MT Tech. Janina will continue to teach one-third time each fall for the Department of Mathematical Sciences.

May 2006, Ginger Toivonen and Susan Leland win the Rose and Anna Busch faculty achievement awards for the 2005-06 year.

April 2006, Congratulations to Sue Walker on her promotion from Instructor I to Instructor II.

April 2006, Dr. Laurie Battle is hired to replace Dr. Janina Lupkiewicz

March 2006, Congratulations to Sue Walker on the publication of her new book: Instructor's Resource Manual for Analytic Trigonometry with Applications 9th Edition by Barnett, Ziegler and Byleen.

May 2005, Congratulations to Dr. Rossi (Club Advisor of the Year), Dr. Poole (Longevity Award for 35 years of service), and Dr. Haley (Part-time Professor of the Year) for the awards that they recieved! Our department is lucky to have such outstanding professors, and these awards are all very well-deserved!

October 2004, Chip Todd and Jim Handley present at the MEA/MFT Teacher's Conference in Helena, MT. Math majors Michele Johnson and Kelsey Jensen, under the direction of Ginger Toivonen, also presented lessons at the conference.

October 2004, Dr. Chip Todd and Dr. Suzan Gazioglu present talks at the Montana Chapter of ASA 2004 Fall Meeting at MT Tech.The title of Dr. Todd's talk was "An introdution to Probabilty Appropriate for High School Students," and Dr. Gazioglu spoke about "The Application of Sensitivity Analysis To Compartmental Models."

Homecoming 2004, The Math Club places third in the bed races and hosts a tailgate party before the football game on Saturday.

October 2004, Reno Alston was the recipient of the 2004 Depatment of Mathematical Sciences Alumni Recognition Award. Reno graduated with a B.S. in Math from Montana Tech in 1997. After graduating from Montana Tech, Reno has taught math at the high school and community level. Reno also coached high school basketball in Louisiana and was an assistant coach on the 2003-4 National Junior College Basketball Championship team at Redlands Community College in El Reno, Oklahoma.

May 2004, Dr. Susan Gazioglu is hired to replace Dr. Dennis Haley. Dr. Gazioglu graduated with a B.Sci, in Mathematics (1990) and a M.Sci. in Applied Mathematics (1992) from Yuzuncu Yil University in Turkey. She earned another M.Sci. in Applied Mathematical Statisitics from the University of Toledo in 1996 and her Ph.D. in Statistics from the University of Glasgow in the UK in 2002. For the pass two years Dr. Gazioglu worked at the University of Gaziosmanpasa in Turkey.

May 2004, Dr. Dennis Haley retires after 35 years of service at MT Tech. Dennis will continue to teach one-third time each spring for the Department of Mathematical Sciences.

May 2004, Dr. Dennis Haley awarded Professor Emeritus for his outstanding contribution to Montana Tech over his 35 year career.

May 2004, Susan Leland was granted tenure. Congratulations Susan!

May 2004, former Mathematics graduate Chelesa Carter completed her master's degree in Statistics from Oregon State University.

May 2004, Mathimatics major Steve Walsh is the top mathematics graduate. Steve is heading to Montana State University to work on his masters in mathematics.

March 2004, Sue Walker is named as one of the "Best of the Best College Teachers" in The Montana Standard's 2004 Reader's Choice Awards.

March 2004, The Department of Mathematical Sciences team consisting of Steve Walsh(Sr.), Theron Wilson (Sr.), and Michelle Johnson (Jr.) finished 2nd (Meritorious) in the 2004 COMAP Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling. The team's advisor was Dr. Rick Rossi.

October 2003, Dr. Craig Calcatera was the recipeint of the 2002 Department of Mathematical Sciences Alumni Recoginition Award. Dr. Craig Calcatera graduated with a B.S. in Math from Montana Tech in 1994 and earned his Ph.D in Math from the University of Hawaii.

October 2003, Jim Handley, Chip Todd, and Ginger and Bob Toivonen presented papers at the MEA meeting in Billings, MT

August 2003, After nearly 20 years as an Adjunct Instructor of Mathematics, Sue Walker was hired as a tenurable Instructor of Mathematical Science. Welcome Sue!.

May 2003, Dr. Chip Todd was granted tenure. Congratulations Chip!

May 2003, Mathematics major Johnna Anderson is the valedictorian for the College of Mathematics and Science. Johnna is heading to Purdue to work on her Ph.D. in Statistics.

May 2003, Ginger Toivonen, Bob Toivonen, and Susan Leland win the Rose and Anna Busch Awards Facilty Achievement Award. Past winners from the department include Ginger Toivonen (2000), Susan Leland (2000), Rick Rossi(2001), Dennis Haley (2002), and Susan Walker (2002).

April 2003, Dr. Rick Rossi gave an invited talk to the Department of Statistics at Oregon State University

January 2003, The department has hired Nicole Burns as the new administrative associate to replace Donna Huntoon.

March 2000, Our good friend and colleague Dave Hill passes away.

Calley Jones, Math Major, wins Goldwater Award.

Math Department becomes Department of Mathematical Sciences.

Math Department offers a Statistics Option.

1999, Dr. Richard J. Rossi, Head of the Department of Mathematical Sciences, has been promoted from Associate Professor to Full Professor. Dr. Rossi came to Montana Tech in 1994 from Cal Poly. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 1996 and granted Tenure in 1997. Dr. Rossi was elected Head of Mathematics to replace Dennis Haley.

Dr. Chip Todd hired to replace Dr. Steve Cherry.