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Math Senior Seminar!

Math majors form a small but precious population of the CSS community. This year, I only know a couple students graduating with a Math degree! On Tuesday, one of the students, Erik H. gave a presentation on his research on Galois Theory! 3 of the Math faculty members were present, including the Math Senior Seminar instructor, Dr. Ren, who is retiring at the end of this year.

Erik (standing, left) preparing to begin his presentation and Dr. Ren (standing, right) doing the introductions!

Erik (standing, left) preparing to begin his presentation and Dr. Ren (standing, right) doing the introductions!

There was LOTS of food available: pizza, apple sauce, crackers, granola bars, root beer, you name it! The presentation was very insightful and brought back memories of Abstract Algebra, an upper level Math class I took last semester! Erik gave an overview of concepts and went on to work on part of the proof of Galois Theorem!

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