The STEM Initiative, a new student group, hopes to sow the seeds of science by promoting and providing science education to area youth.
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Out of the more than 4,500 full-time undergrads at Rochester, exactly three are pursuing a major in geomechanics. Just who are these brave few?
Name: Gennady Vonorov Age: 26 Occupation: Apprenticed Scientist i.e. Graduate Student Education: B.S. in Physics and B.S. in Mathematics, University of Rochester, 2008; M.S. and M.A. in Physics, Yale University; PhD (Physics), Yale, forthcoming. Current city/state of residence: New Haven, CT Family: Currently engaged to another UR alum. When and how did you choose your […]
The Society of Undergraduate Math Students hosted a week-long series of events celebrating the number that never ends
Theresa Kurtz ’12 traveled to Africa to research the educational system and lifestyle of citizens in Kenya
Pi is more than a number; it’s a phenomenon. Pi has also inspired books, poetry, music, and movie plots. So it should be no surprise that the University of Rochester celebrated Pi Day on March 14.