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Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Capstone Information: Home

Info and documents for capstone students in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science


Fall 2016 Important Dates

Friday, 2 September at 11:00 am in Howard #308: Informal meeting with capstone coordinator and capstone students to discuss the capstone requirements.

Friday, 16 September: Deadline for submitting (via email to, and cc your sponsor) the name of your capstone sponsor and the title of your project. Failure to meet this deadline could result in the completion of your capstone being delayed until next semester.

Friday, 21 October: Deadline for submitting your progress report (via email to, and cc your sponsor). The progress report should explain the work you have already completed on your project as well as a list of remaining tasks and a timeline for their completion. If you fail to meet this deadline or your sponsor or the capstone coordinator judges that sufficient progress has not been made or that proposed timeline is not satisfactory, you may be required to delay completion of the capstone until next semester.

Friday, 9 December from 3:30-5 pm. The Poster Presentation Session will be in upper Olmstead (#310-311). You should plan to arrive a few minutes early to put up your poster and to stay until the session ends at 5 pm. Friends and family are welcome!

Wednesday, 14 December NOON. Papers are due. Submit your paper to your advisor via email and also upload it to Blackboard.

Capstone Guidelines

Capstone Information Session

FALL 2016 Info Session: Friday, 2 September, 11 am in Howard #308.