Carleton mathematics and statistics students are actively involved in the Carleton and Northfield communities. These activities might arise through senior comps, summer research or a mathematics or statistics course.
Carleton students, under the supervision of statistics faculty, offer their services as statistical consultants to local businesses and non-profit institutions. This statistical consulting course is open to students who have taken applied regression analysis and is not limited to majors.
|Some of the clients that have utilized our services include:
If you have data that you would like analyzed, or are interested in designing and conducting a study or survey, please contact Laura Chihara (email@example.com) or Katie St Clair (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Students interested in mathematics education have the opportunity to engage with schools and community organizations in the Northfield area.
- Challenge Math Curriculum
Carleton students have been involved writing a large collection of lesson plans for teachers, parents, or volunteers to use to provide enrichment activities for elementary students interested in mathematics.
- The Arcadia Project
Carleton students have created short projects for middle- or high-school students to use on their own for mathematical explorations.
- GED Math Resource
Carleton students designed a collection of worksheets and related videos to help adult learners studying for the math portion of the GED exam.
Other community projects
- Faribault Woolen Mill
For a senior comps project, statistics students designed a study, then collected and analyzed data on the effect of spinning machine speed on yarn.
- Students have collaborated with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency on comps projects and in conjunction with statistical consulting.