Courses in mathematics build a strong foundation for a career in the field and for an expanding range of other fields that require sophisticated understanding of mathematics. Faculty work closely with you to instill an appreciation of the intrinsic purity and precision of mathematics and its practical value in the social and natural sciences.
View research co-authored by our faculty & students.
B. Bajnok, R. Matzke, On the minimum size of signed sumsets in elementary abelian groups, J. Number Theory (2016)
Bela Bajnok and Ryan Matzke, The minimum size of signed sumsets, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 22 (2015), #P2.50.
Connors, Darcie and Darren Glass, "Chutes and Ladders with Large Spinners." College Mathematics Journal 45 (September 2014), 289-295.
Karenna Genzlinger and Keir Lockridge, Sophie Germain Primes and Involutions of Z_n^+, Involve 8 (2015), 653-663.
In January 2015, five Gettysburg students and seven Gettysburg faculty traveled to San Antonio for the Joint Mathematics Meetings of the MAA, the AMS, and other math societies. This conference is the largest annual gathering of mathematicians in the world, and this year more than six thousand people attended the conference.