Olivet College

Mathematics and Computer Science

  • Delaney Peters Reflects on the Opening Convocation Ceremony

    This piece was written by freshman Delaney Peters, sharing her experience at Olivet College’s Opening Convocation this fall. Delaney is an actuarial science major from South Boardman. She hopes to one day work as a healthcare actuary and also has an interest in government, specifically in federal student aid. Olivet College is a unique institution […]

  • Five Minutes with Janine Peters – All Things Mathematics and Computer Science

    Janine Peters serves as associate professor of mathematics and chair of the Mathematics and Computer Science Department. Professor Peters has taught students at OC for 15 years, and the relationships she’s built with students, faculty and staff have made her role especially enjoyable. She believes that problem solving skills are essential in life, and tackling […]

  • Tori Monterusso – The Path to Success

    Victoria “Tori” Monterusso says the path to success is never easy, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t enjoyable. She finished her undergraduate degree as one of the Class of 2018 Top Five Graduates and earned the Donald A. Morris Academic Excellence Award. After graduation, Tori will launch her career as an assistant software developer at […]

  • Class of 2018 Top Five Earn Donald A. Morris Academic Excellence Award

    Olivet College recognized nearly 200 graduates during Commencement ceremonies May 19 at The Cutler Event Center. Prior to the ceremony, a reception was held to honor the top five graduating seniors. Each graduate received the Donald A. Morris Award Academic Excellence Award, and the professor whom each student deemed the most influential in his or […]

  • Freshman Donald Doyle is Programmed for OC

    Freshman Donald Doyle hails from Fenton, a sizable suburb south of Flint. He played men’s tennis at a large high school and knew that he had to be extraordinary to stand out. Interested in information technology, Donald dedicated himself to earning as many computer networking certifications as he could, gaining a leg up before even […]

  • Emily Dorn Takes on Tuberculosis with Math

    Junior Emily Dorn has always had high expectations for herself, and selecting a college that matched her ambitions was her top priority after graduating from high school. She’s tackling a double major but still finds time to get involved on campus, even holding a leadership role with the Marching Comets. Just when Emily thought her […]

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