Program

At Lafayette College, small upper-level classes, seminars, and independent study and research projects give mathematics students the opportunity to study particularly interesting topics in depth.The mathematics programs provide a rigorous introduction to the central ideas of algebra and analysis, complemented with electives of direct interest to students who intend to pursue careers in actuarial science, data analysis, finance, higher education, management, secondary education, and many other fields in which mathematical techniques are used or taught. Students who have pursued less mathematics-centered careers, like law and medicine, have found that the mathematician’s habits of logical thought and careful abstraction are valuable there, too. Small upper-level classes, seminars, and independent study and research projects give mathematics students the opportunity to study particularly interesting topics in depth.

Arthur D. Gorman

With deep regret and a profound sense of loss we sadly announce the death of our esteemed colleague and dear friend, Arthur D. Gorman, Associate Professor of Mathematics. Professor Gorman died on December 15, here in Easton. He is survived by his two daughters--Anne Gorman of Seattle, Washington and Mary Gorman of State College, Pennsylvania--and by his brother Mark Gorman of Littleton, Colorado.

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Gary Gordon
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