Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Dr. Anne Quinn
Pi Day is an annual event held by the Mathematics and Computer Science Department around March 14th. During the event, faculty and professionals in the field present on topics ranging from the future of computers to the history of π. Activities are also held during the event that showcase subject matter from both Math and Computer Science, such as the Oculus Rift, Android App creation and Mathematical magic among many other things.
Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Location: Ross Hall, Cooper Hall
STEM Day is an annual event held by the Math and Computer Science, the Biology, the Chemistry, the Physics and Technology and the Geosciences Departments. It is held on Edinboro’s Fall semester “Reading Day” for anyone interested in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering or Math. Faculty members and professionals in the STEM fields present research and informative subject matter ranging from genetics to detecting deception. It is spread across the University’s STEM departments and applies learning through hands-on activities such as using the Oculus Rift or looking at music composition.