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The actuary club participates in a number of events during the academic year. In the past, the club has hosted meetings with representatives from Safeco Life Insurance, Avandel Insurance, William M. Mercer Co., Premera / Blue Cross and PEMCO Insurance.
To find out what is happening with the club this year, please contact Dr. Kathy Temple.
The Math Club is an on-campus club for the furthering of mathematics outside of the classroom. It is a club intended for anyone who might have an interest in mathematics including mathematics majors. Our primary goal is to provide an environment that will foster a math-friendly environment not only for our members but for the greater Ellensburg community as well.
We are building our mathematical community by offering guest presentations on fun mathematical topics, opportunities to support students applying to STEM graduate schools, travel opportunities to local mathematical conferences, career choice information panels on fields relating to mathematics, and opportunities for community service.
Information about upcoming Math Club activities can be found at the Math Club Facebook page
MCM is a contest where teams of undergraduates use mathematical modeling to present their solutions to real-world problems. The MCM traditionally takes place in February.
The following is a list of past teams who participated in the MCM at CWU. You can find information about the problems they solved at Stuart Boersma's MCM Page.
The William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition is an annual contest for college students established in 1938 in memory of its namesake. Cash prizes for the top five teams in recent years ranged from $25,000 to $5,000. Recent cash prizes for the top five individuals have been $2,500 each. The Putnam is traditionally held in December.
By Rune Torgersen Central Washington University has received a $1.5 million, six-year grant fromCWU Mathematics Professor Takes Home Two National Awards
Central Washington University Mathematics Professor Dominic Klyve has been honored with two high-proNational Science Foundation Awards $473,000 To CWU For Summer Student Math Research
Central Washington University will host 13 undergraduate students from across the Pacific North