Students apply mathematics to companies' real-world problems

07/28/2013 | Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, Mass.)

A research program organized by Worcester Polytechnic Institute's Center for Industrial Mathematics and Statistics invites college mathematicians to work with local businesses and apply their learning to real-life situations. "This (experience) was very different because we had to work on industrial problems," said Sonia Mahop, from Howard University. "It's a really big deal because they expect us to have something they're hopefully going to use (to manage) their portfolios."

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