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TROY’s Department of Mathematics, women’s basketball staff team up for Mathsketball 2019

The Department of Mathematics is teaming up with TROY women's basketball for Mathsketball 2019 on Friday and Saturday.

The Department of Mathematics is teaming up with TROY women's basketball for Mathsketball 2019 on Friday and Saturday.

While the connection between mathematics and basketball might not seem like a slam dunk to some, a group of seventh- and eighth-grade girls from Pike County will take a shot at learning the role math plays in sports during Mathsketball 2019 this weekend at Troy University.

The event, made possible through a grant from the…

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Voloshin receives Troy University’s Malone Award

Dr. Vitaly Voloshin was presented with the Wallace D. Malone Jr. Distinguished Faculty Award by Dr. Earl Ingram and Chancellor Jack Hawkins, Jr.

Dr. Vitaly Voloshin was presented with the Wallace D. Malone Jr. Distinguished Faculty Award by Dr. Earl Ingram and Chancellor Jack Hawkins, Jr.

Dr. Vitaly Voloshin, professor of mathematics, has been awarded Troy University’s Wallace D. Malone, Jr. Distinguished Faculty Award.

Dr. Voloshin, who joined the TROY faculty in 2003, was presented the award by Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, and Dr. Earl Ingram, Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, during the University’s annual Faculty/Staff Convocation on Friday…

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Troy University to host 11th annual MathFest on Saturday, April 8

Dr. Vitaly Voloshin, professor of mathematics and a pioneer in Mixed Hypergraph Coloring, will deliver the keynote address at TROY's MathFest.

Dr. Vitaly Voloshin, professor of mathematics and a pioneer in Mixed Hypergraph Coloring, will deliver the keynote address at TROY's MathFest.

Troy University’s Department of Mathematics will present the 11th annual TROY MathFest, a one-day conference for undergraduate students to share their research, on Saturday, April 8 in Bibb Graves Hall on the Troy Campus.

The event, which will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., is supported from a grant from Pi Mu Epsilon,…

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