Mathematics majors at Stonehill have found success interning at companies and institutions across the country and, in some cases, around the world.
- Raytheon Systems
- Liberty Mutual (Actuary)
- Boehringer Ingelhein Phamaceuticals
- Department of Veterans Affairs
- European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium
We Start you Early on Professional Research
After only one year of study, the Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience gives students the chance to complete significant, publishable full-time research directly in collaboration with notable faculty researchers.
Recent accomplishments by Mathematics majors include:
- Terence Rose ’13 made a presentation titled “On Balance Index Sets of Bi-degree and Tri-degree Graphs” at the 43rd Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing at Florida Atlantic University.
- Daniel Bouchard ’12 presented “On the Balance Index Sets of Genaralized Books and Ear Expansion Graphs” the 24th Midwest Conference on Combinatorics, Cryptography and Computing at Illinois State University.
- Patrick Clark ’12 presented “On the Edge-Balance Index Sets of L-product of Cycle by Star Graphs” at the 24th Midwest Conference on Combinatorics, Cryptography and Computing at Illinois State University.
In addition, student research has been published in Congressus Numerantium and the International Journal of Contemporary Mathematical Sciences.