My name is Alyssa, and I'm a student in the class of 2024. I’m double majoring in mathematics and statistics. My research interests consist of different applications of mathematics, including theoretical mathematics, and statistics applications using R Studio. After St. Lawrence University, I plan to study mathematics in graduate school and pursue a career in mathematics.
Frankie is part of the class of 2022 at SLU and is completing majors in philosophy and mathematics. He does research on the phenomenology and psychology of belief and disagreement, especially from points of view that integrate historically divergent approaches to the study of experience. Frankie plans to begin a PhD in philosophy in 2022.
My name is George Charalambous and i am 19 years old. I come from a small island in the Mediterranean Sea, named Cyprus. I grew up with my parents and my younger brother in Nicosia, the capital of the island, where i attended elementary, middle and high school. The year after my graduation from high school, i served the army for 14 months, before joining St.Lawrence University. I can speak Greek, as my first language, and English.
Alexandra Hill (she/her/hers), born and raised in Los Angeles, California, is a member of the Class of 2023 at St. Lawrence University with a triple major in English, French, and mathematics, as well as a minor in statistics. Hill’s student research utilizes math to analyze the portrayal of mental health in literature. Beyond her scholarly interests, she works as editor-in-chief of The Laurentian Magazine and managing editor of The Hill News. She is president of the co-ed service fraternity APO, program manager for St.
Southeastern Europe is a mix of ethnicities, religions and traditions existing on the foundation of different cultural practices and politics. The centuries of Ottoman rule on the Balkan peninsula had a profound effect on the culture and populations of the region. As a person born and raised in the Balkans, I have been fascinated by the nuances in the culture -what makes us different and what makes us similar, since my earliest childhood. My journey focused mostly on exploring cultures through music, food, fashion, tradition, history and lifestyles.
Hello, my name is Men Wang, you guys can also call me Mansie. I come from China. I live in the city of Guangzhou which is an energetic and international city. I am a freshman of St Lawrence University. I am just an ordinary Chinese girl, and I still need to learn more on my academic career. I speak Chinese and I am very proud of my culture and language.
My name is Nguyen Ngoc Minh. I would prefer to be called Minh rather than my family name Nguyen. I am from Hanoi, Viet Nam. It is a small city in South East Asia with long history of thousand years old. I love my home city so much; It has nurtured me since I was a child and my teenage years. Hanoi is where I was raised with compassion and generosity and taught to appreciate my community and different identities. Believe me, Hanoi's transportation system and traffic jam system every morning and evening is terrible. You are risking your life taking part on the road.
My name is Hin Sum (Marco) Wong, from a tiny and special city, Hong Kong, used to be governed by the United Kingdom, has both Eastern and Western culture. I would define my identity as a Hong Konger. My nickname is known as Sum Jai, which most of my friends called me like that. My family is very important to me, especially my brother who is 10 years older than I am, inspires me to be a better person. I speak Cantonese, English, and Mandarin fluently.
Hi, my name is Tian Cui, a girl who lives in Nantong, Jiangsu, China. Nantong is a small city that close to Shanghai and Su Zhou. I am studying as a college student in St. Lawrence University, a university which is locate in Canton, NY. I speak two language: Chinese My first language) and English.
Frank Wotton (Frankie) is a part of the class of 2022 at SLU. He is working on a double major in mathematics and philosophy, and has particular interests in the intersection of the traditional Anglo-American analytic tradition and traditions unique to other parts of the world such as the European continent and North America. With its roots in pragmatism and its sustained logical rigor, his summer project reflects these interests.
Yu Wang is one of the SLU 2022 students. She majors in math and stats and interested in data analysis. The project conducted in summer 2020 by her gave her a great chance of learning more strategies for manipulating and analyzing data. Data analyst is her dream job. The project is worth for expansion, and she plans to go further with this in her SYE.
Xiao Luo, '22, is majoring in mathematics and statistics. Keeping track of the latest news of COVID-19 outbreak has inspired her to explore a mathematical model of the transmission of COVID-19 and the efficacy of different management strategies in the summer of 2020 because this topic is closely related to her hometown, China. This whole research process greatly develops her professional skills and knowledge and enhance the academic experience, which will benefit to her future career development, including applications to graduate schools.
Yanru Chen, class of 2021 a senior graduate who is double majoring in Mathematics and Computer Science, minoring in Music, comes from Chongqing, China. While Yanru expressed her interest in facial recognition and image classification, she broadened her perspective and hands-on knowledge through the school fellowship project with Dr.Ed Harcourt in the summer of 2020.
Brenden Bready '22 is a mathematics and statistics major at St. Lawrence University. As an active club soccer player, he enjoys the idea of using math to identify patterns in sports, which inspired the idea for this project. He often plays on soccer turf himself, so he was very curious about the possibility of non-contact injury through movement. He hopes to continue using various analytics techniques to pursue further research about patterns in sports through the rest of his time at St. Lawrence.
Aseman Bagheri Sheshdeh, class of 2022 majoring in neuroscience and mathematics with a minor in chemistry. Aseman is preparing for pursuit of a career in healthcare involving research. This research is a literature review of the COVID-19 virus with focus on its influence on public health. As such, the research has been of great value and resource which has been a guide for better performance in roles such as community assistant and SLU Emergency Medicine Services Staff.
Josh Marvald, '21, is majoring in mathematics and statistics with the intention of applying to statistics PhD programs. Josh is also working with Dr. Matt Higham this semester on a continuation of their fellowship project. They are looking into different machine learning methods to predict the outcome of tennis matches.
Hello! I am Jonathan Morrison and I am a member of the class of 2022. I am a Global Studies and Mathematics double major at SLU and I have always had a special interest in education as well. I plan on doing research in the spring of 2022 in New Zealand about neoliberalism and education. I hope to have a job in some area in education after my time at SLU.
Eduardo Puerta, ’22, is an undergraduate student from Venezuela and Costa Rica majoring in Mathematics and with a Minor in Computer Science. He is interested in industrial engineering and seeks to pursue the 3+2 Engineering Combined program. His work as an Admissions Ambassador and a Community Assistant on campus have inspired his curiosity in applying mathematical methods to his working environment.
Autumn Sherman (Class of 2023) is majoring in mathematics, and performance and communication arts. She plans to have mathematics as her primary major. Her fellowship project is on the crossing numbers of graphs, a newer research area within graph theory. She enjoys the study of theoretical mathematics. She plans, with her mentor Dr. Natasha Komarov, to continue her crossing number research during her years at St. Lawrence.
Zhuoer Li is an international student from Qingdao, China. She attended United World College Thailand before coming to St. Lawrence University. It has been her fourth year studying away from home. Through this process, she has gained cultural understanding and compassion towards the global community. She is dedicated to serving locally through law and advocacy.
During the summer of 2020, Sky Ratcliffe, '21, was a rising senior working on a project titled "Mathematical Art and Artistic Mathematics: M.C. Escher and the 17 Wallpaper Groups" through the Clare Boothe Luce Program, which involved designing a wallpaper pattern corresponding to each of the groups followed by the painting of a few of them and investigating the proof of there being exactly 17 of these groups.