- FALL 2019 COMMON FINAL ROOMS and PROCTOR ASSIGNMENTS
- Advice for incoming students
- Credits and Exceptions

If you have any questions, please contact the UH Manoa Department of Mathematics through email (office@math.hawaii.edu).

- FALL 2019 COMMON FINAL ROOMS and PROCTOR ASSIGNMENTS
- Advice for incoming students
- Credits and Exceptions

If you have any questions, please contact the UH Manoa Department of Mathematics through email (office@math.hawaii.edu).

Mathematicians tend to find chalkboards to be better than whiteboards for teaching and research.

We need blackboards in our renovated classrooms.

From The New York Times:

Where Theory Meets Chalk, Dust Flies

A photo survey of the blackboards of mathematicians.

Pictured: Yuliaa Kravchenko’s experience with coaching for math contests includes the European Girls’ Math Olympiad

Putnam Competition Preparation Sessions at UH Manoa

Wednesday, 4:15-6:00pm in Keller Hall, 413

We meet every Wednesday starting September 25, 2019. You may join us later.

Hot malasadas are offered. Mathematical problems solving fun is guaranteed.

Every student willing to learn some problem solving arts is welcome!

This year, the competition takes place on December 7, 2019 at 8am-4pm

If you may be interested to participate, please contact Pavel Guerzhoy

Every full time UH Manoa student is invited to participate in the competition!

Spring Problem Solving Sessions will be held

Wednesdays @4 pm in Keller 403

starting February 7, 2018

(you are very welcome to join later if you want to)

aim to prepare for

Putnam Math Competition

(“the world’s toughest math contest”)

http://math.hawaii.edu/wordpress/putnam-exam/

December 1, 2018

(earlier start, better prepared!)

Practice sessions will be coached by:

• Prof. Pavel Guerzhoy (pavel@math.hawaii.edu)

• Sasha Markovichenko (markov@math.hawaii.edu)

• Yuliia Kravchenko (yuliia@math.hawaii.edu)

who all have extensive experience with math contests

Come learn problem solving skills!

Enjoy hot malasadas and other refreshments!

Please join us and make this year’s Putnam competition a

successful one.

**Math Minor Requirements (in general):**

- MATH 243 or 253A
- 12 credit hours in mathematics courses numbered above 300, including:
- 3 credit hours in a writing-intensive mathematics course
- 6 credit hours in courses numbered above 400

**More specific Math Minor requirements:**

- If Math 243 is a requirement for your major but you did not take Math 253A, you must:
- complete Math 244
- complete 12 credits in mathematics courses numbered above 300 that include:
- 3 credit hours in writing-intensive mathematics courses
- 6 credit hours in courses 400 and above (excluding Math 480)

- If both Math 243 and Math 244 are requirements for your major, or if you took Math 253A for your major requirement, you must:
- complete 15 credits in mathematics courses numbered above 300 that include:
- 3 credit hours in writing-intensive mathematics courses
- 6 credit hours in courses 400 and above (excluding Math 480)

- complete 15 credits in mathematics courses numbered above 300 that include:

All required courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better. Courses used to fulfill core or major requirements cannot be counted for the minor. Exceptions are:

- Engineering students may count their Engineering mathematics electives and technical elective (if taken in mathematics) and Math 302 and 307 towards a minor in mathematics.
- BA Physics, BS Physics, and BS Astrophysics students may count their Math 307 or 311 major requirement towards a minor in mathematics.

**ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
**

- The requirements include work at the senior level and allow the choice of specific courses which best complement work in the student’s major field.
- Students who are interested in minoring in mathematics are urged to consult a departmental advisor early in their academic career and schedule a Minor Declaration Appointment.
- Prior to graduation (at least one semester in advance), a Certification of Academic Minor form should be completed in consultation with a departmental advisor.