Welcome to Mathematics and Statistics at Haverford
Mathematics and Statistics at Haverford is a vibrant, friendly community, supporting students with a wide range of interests and backgrounds. Our curriculum encourages students to "think mathematically", and to participate in the exciting process of creating mathematics both in traditional core areas and at the frontiers of other disciplines.
Math and Statistics at Haverford

With Bryn Mawr we host the Bicollege Colloquium, which brings in speakers from around the country to talk about their research interests.More about the Math Colloquium

A senior paper is written by each major, in close coordination with a faculty member. Students take turns presenting portions of their senior papers to each other, to develop their skills in constructing and giving oral presentations.More about the Senior Research Experience

The Math Question Center is an informal gathering place where students work in groups on math homework and get assistance when they need it. It is open five evenings each week, and is staffed by mathematics faculty and majors.More about the Math Question Center

Students meet weekly to work on challenging math problems.More about the Problem Solving Group
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Monday, March 30th, 2015
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4:30BiCo Mathematics Colloquium: "Computing without subtracting (and/or dividing)"BiCo Mathematics Colloquium: "Computing without subtracting (and/or dividing)" http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/263372 KINSC Hilles 109 20150330T16:30:00 20150330T18:00:00Distinguished Visitor Sergey Fomin, Robert M. Thrall Collegiate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan
Monday, April 6th, 2015
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4:00BiCo Mathematics Colloquium  "Adjusting for Nonresponse in the BLS Occupational Employment Statistics Survey"BiCo Mathematics Colloquium  "Adjusting for Nonresponse in the BLS Occupational Employment Statistics Survey" http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/263087 KINSC Hilles 109 20150406T16:00:00 20150406T17:30:00BiCo Mathematics Colloquium  Nicholas J. Horton, Professor of Statistics, Amherst College  "Adjusting for Nonresponse in the BLS Occupational Employment Statistics Survey"
Monday, April 27th, 2015
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4:00BiCo Mathematics ColloquiumBiCo Mathematics Colloquium http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/263088 KINSC Hilles 109 20150427T16:00:00 20150427T17:30:00BiCo Mathematics Colloquium  Sue Khim