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Mathematics, statistics, and computer science attempt to describe the world we live in and our relationship to it. They are structural mechanisms providing context for speculation and discovery; important tools for illuminating theories and implementing techniques from other disciplines; and art forms exhibiting aesthetic values. They’re the mathematical sciences, and at Lewis & Clark they’re an integral part of a liberal arts education.
From Calculus and Differential Equations, to Theory of Computation, Computer Architecture and Assembly Languages, to Algorithm Design, Analysis and Combinatorics, our curriculum combines traditional concepts and classical principles with 21st century technologies and theories.
The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers three majors: mathematics; computer science and mathematics; and computer science. There are also two minors: one in mathematics and one in computer science. At the heart of the our curriculum is the development of conceptual and computational intuition, sophistication in the analysis of complicated structures and, most importantly, the interplay of these two with broadly based sets of technical skills and techniques.
Our facilities include two Unix computer lab/classrooms; the popular The Symbolic and Quantitative Resource Center, a drop-in resource center; the Student Study Room; and several seminar classrooms. Faculty are experts in their research areas, and they maintain an “open door” policy; students are encouraged to stop in to ask questions, discuss coursework, or just talk math.
October 11th, 2016
Robotics to Reach Out and Change the World
Robotics is poised to be a groundbreaking technology that impacts our everyday lives. Join Chad Jenkins as he presents his work in bringing robots out of research laboratories and into the real world.
October 20th, 2016
Graduate School Talk
Dr. Lisa G. Davis from the Montana State University will speak about the graduate programs her college.
November 3rd, 2016
4:00pm - 5:30pm:
Portland Tech Interns Summer Program Information Session
Information session on summer tech internship opportunities.
November 17th, 2016
Research News & Brews
CAS Research News & Brews - for faculty and staff