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HPU hosts Math Career Day

BROWNWOOD – May 4, 2016 – Howard Payne University recently hosted HPU mathematics students and faculty members as well as students from Early High School for a Math Career Day. The event was held in the Richard and Wanda Jackson Room of the Paul and Jane Meyer Faith and Life Leadership Center on the university’s campus.

The purpose of the event was to raise awareness aMathDaymong students of the various careers for which a degree in mathematics can prepare them. Current and future HPU students who are interested in majoring in mathematics were invited. There were 15 mathematicians and engineers present to speak with students about mathematics-related careers including representatives from 3M and Kohler; in-service high school teachers from Brownwood, Early and Bangs; a practicing actuary from Waco; Dr. José Romero, associate professor of mathematics for HPU; Dr. Kenneth Word, chair of the Department of Mathematics and professor of mathematics for HPU; Dr. Gerry Clarkson, interim director of the engineering science program at HPU; and Hendra Tarigan, doctoral candidate in electrical engineering at Texas Tech University.

“Our 2016 HPU Math Career Day was a great success due the combined efforts of everyone involved,” said Dr. Word. “Thank you to all who presented and attended.”

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Cutline: Representatives from Kohler speak with students at HPU’s Math Career Day.

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