Alumni Profile: Kim Ruane, Professor at Tufts University
Kim Ruane's path to FSU was an unusual one. Her undergraduate degree was from Kennesaw State University in north Georgia and it just so happened that a professor there, Chris Schaufele, had gone to graduate school with DeWitt Sumners, a professor at FSU. These two were responsible for Kim's decision to attend FSU for graduate school.
FSU Offers New Online Calculus I Course in Fall 2014
The new online Calculus I (MAC 2311) and Calculus II (MAC 2312) courses are an alternative to the traditional class room lecture courses. The online courses cover the same materials, and yield the same credits as the traditional courses. Calculus I is offered this fall, Calculus II next spring.
Faculty Profile: Kyle Gallivan
When Professor Kyle Gallivan finally landed in FSU's math department in 2008, he felt right away that he had ended up in the right place. After more than a decade at Florida State working in computer science, he had a choice to make, a luxury he's grateful for as he looks back. "I took a look and said, 'maybe the math department is the right place,' and I was very, very lucky that the department agreed. I'm very happy that that happened."