• Fall 2013 Math Meeting

      Daniel Fecher, Jon Kaasa, and Matt Chen heard about the Higgs Boson and other exciting mathematical topics.

    • Cooperation and Power

      Andy Clemens and Peter Schrock examined the evolution of cooperation among self-interested individuals and measuring power in weighted voting systems.

    • Math Alumnus is Commencement Speaker

      Matthew Schrock, 2003 graduate in mathematics education, was the Concord High School Class of 2013 Faculty Commencement speaker.

    • Erin Helmuth

      Erin Helmuth was a mathematics education major who graduated in April 2013, has been an All-American race walker and plans to teach high school mathematics.

  • At GC, experts will teach you in a variety of settings: In the classroom, laboratory, independent study and internships. Internships are geared individually to your interests and needs. For example, if you’re interested in computer programming, you could work with error analysis or statistics at a local business. Or if you’re interested in mathematical modeling in physics, you might work with GC physics faculty modeling the mechanics of hand bells.

    GC math majors also have fun outside of the classroom as they compete in the Indiana Collegiate Mathematics Contest and the International Mathematical Competition in Modeling, attend conferences and host speakers.

  • Major in Mathematics / Minor in Mathematics
    The study of mathematics is framed within the context of a Christian liberal arts environment that fosters critical and innovative thinking, promotes ethical awareness, views all disciplines as inter-disciplinary, develops an openness to other people and ideas, and prepares persons for a life of continued personal growth, development and learning.