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"An opportunity like this never would have come available to me if I had not taken the program in the Sault College/LSSU International Division," Hornblower said. "My employer was very impressed with the fact that I not only had a degree in computer networking, but the hands-on knowledge, as well. This is the main reason that I was hired."

Andrea Hornblower, '06
Network Administrator
Brac Informatics Centre,
Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands

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Outside the Classroom

Students in mathematics regularly participate in faculty-supervised competitions, including the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition and the Alma College Michigan Autumn Take Home Challenge. Students are also offered the chance to participate in a variety of individualized “special topics” experiences during the course of their undergraduate careers. Students in the non-education degree programs are expected to complete some type of senior-level research or applications project, again under the direct supervision of a departmental faculty member.

  

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science encourages students to become active in organizations outside of the classroom. This not only allows you to learn more about your discipline, it provides social opportunities that will create longstanding friendships.


Andrew Davis, a senior from Gaylord, watches over his teammate Jordan Warzecha's shoulder as they compete in a recent nationwide computing competition. Warzecha is a senior from Plymouth. Sponsored by the Association of Computing Machinery, the annual competition features colleges from across the country.

IT Intern - Info Services Dept., City of Sault Ste. Marie, MI

William J. Mattson

The project consisted of working with a lead technical professional with the City of Sault Ste. Marie Information Services Department. Tasks involved shadowing an IT lead during the day-to-day to operations of the IS Department. Most of the assigned duties involved diagnosing and troubleshooting defective workstations and laptops, replacement of defective components as well as the installation of operating system software. The remainder of the project was spent completing an inventory of city-wide, IT-related equipment for the purpose of assessment by the city planners.

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