Emma Hood ’19 has been promoted from an intern to an associate on Wall Street.
Justin Clark ’19 researches how social networks impact medical care choices with Associate Professor of Economics Jaret Treber.
Mathematics and art collide in a new course designed to help students forge connections between digits and design.
Professor of Mathematics Carol Schumacher wins a top math award for her inspiring teaching.
A financial job launches math and economics major Manjul Bhusal Sharma '16 toward a career in independent investment research.
Lila Greco '15 is honored as a presenter at a major mathematics conference.
Michael Colonnetta ’15 has parlayed his academic studies into a job as a consultant at Protiviti, a global consulting firm that’s…
Math and Economics major Henry Myers ’18 is the second soccer player in conference history to win both offensive and defensive player…
Acclaimed statistician and journalist Nate Silver addressed the Class of 2018 at Kenyon's 190th Commencement.
For more than 2,000 years, mathematics has been a part of the human search for understanding.
Today, mathematics as a mode of thought and expression is more valuable than ever before. Learning to think in mathematical terms is an essential part of becoming a liberally educated person.
This is an exciting time to be studying math at Kenyon. We're initiating innovative programs, expanding our expertise in mathematical biology, and continuing to provide research opportunities for students. Other features of math at Kenyon: teaching is our top priority; class sizes are very small (typically 10 to 15); faculty members are engaged in their fields — and it shows in the classroom.