BPCC Department of Mathematics

We solve problems.

Operating as usual


Our students are reMARKERble!


Impromptu department hallway meetings.


Congratulations to Mrs. Voss and Mrs. Igo - the department's newest Associate Professors!


Congratulations to newest Associate Professor in the math department, Michelle Villemarette Barnickel!


The BPCC Campus will close at 12:00 noon today, Wednesday, August 26, and remain closed through Friday, August 28. All classes—online, on-campus and clinical—are cancelled while the College is closed.
The BPCC Campus will reopen on Monday, August 31.
Updates and emergency information will be posted on the BPCC website (www.bpcc.edu) and communicated through BPCC email and the Cavs Alert System. Emergency alerts may be sent by text or email.


Happy birthday to the realest math teacher we know, Mrs. √(-1)go.


Happy (early) birthday to Mrs. Densmore!


Happy birthday to our favorite shark loving math teacher!


Merry Christmas from your math faculty!

Photos from BPCC Department of Mathematics's post 11/13/2019

Happy Gallon Man Day!


Happy Friday!


Happy Boss's Day to our fearless leader!
(Michael Scott has nothing on this lady!)


There was a definite color theme happening in the math department this morning!


Happy birthday, Mrs. Robey!


It's polyhedra day!

BPCC students warn about dangers of carrying heavy backpacks 09/11/2019

BPCC students warn about dangers of carrying heavy backpacks

BPCC students warn about dangers of carrying heavy backpacks BOSSIER CITY, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – Local college students are warning people on the dangers of carrying heavy backpacks. The Occupational Therapy Students at Bossier Parish Community College hav…


Palindrome Days are upon us!


Happiest of birthdays, Jeanne!



Need help finding the 3rd floor? Ask them!


Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator is offering a FREE one-day safety course for college-bound students and returning college students between the ages of 17 and 21.

Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator is offering a FREE one-day safety course for college-bound students and returning college students between the ages of 17 and 21.

The interactive course will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, August 5, at Sheriff’s Safety Town, 8910 Jewella Avenue. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Students will be provided with valuable information that will teach them how to recognize and respond if faced with a dangerous situation.

Professional instructors, law enforcement officers, and educators will present information on travel, campus safety, internet safety, protecting your identity and possessions, dating and sexual assault awareness, drugs and alcohol awareness, situational awareness, distracted and impaired driving, and basic self-defense.

To register, contact Deputy Vickie Johnson in the Caddo Sheriff’s Community Programs Section at 681-0870 or 681-0875

sciencealert.com 05/15/2019

You're Probably Not as Bad at Math as You Think. You Might Just Be Traumatised

You're probably not as bad at math as you think you are. You might just be traumatized.
- words of wisdom as we get ready to tackle the summer session!

sciencealert.com I teach people how to teach math, and I've been working in this field for 30 years.


The Frank-N-Sense trivia team fought hard today but ultimately brought home second place in today's Faculty and Staff trivia contest.


Happiest of birthdays to the one and only Ms. Black!


Happiest of birthdays to the best Assistant Dean in the business!

Untitled Album 04/29/2019

Untitled Album


Math Teachers Rock


Help us celebrate our Rockin' Administrative Assistant! Mrs. Jeanne sure does her part to keep our ship afloat!


Math Teachers Rock


Naked Geometry

I was curious, so I analyzed the geometry of the peacock's tail-feather display. Turns out the shape is a symmetrical phyllotaxis, which is somewhat surprising.

Most phyllotaxis patterns in nature (like on pinecones, pineapples and sunflowers) have spirals of adjacent Fibonacci numbers (usually 5, 8, 13 or 21), but the peacock's feathers have the same count of spirals in both directions!

🌳: Patreon.com/NakedGeometry

sciencemag.org 03/21/2019

Clever math enables MRI to map molecules implicated in multiple sclerosis, other diseases

Math - not just for calculating when Train A will meet Train B.

sciencemag.org New techniques wring subtle signals from data already produced by scanners


Thanks Dr. Rick Bateman for helping us celebrate Pi Day with a Strawn's Eat Shop Original strawberry pie!!!


Happy Pi Day from your favorite things in the math department!


The Math 111 textbook adoption committee is hard at work - and they love synthetic division!

time.com 03/07/2019

Google Doodle Celebrates Russian Mathematician Olga Ladyzhenskaya

Russian mathematician Olga Ladyzhenskaya overcame personal and political hurdles and had a lasting impact on a range of scientific fields, from weather forecasting to cardiovascular science and oceanography.

time.com The Russian mathematician was best known for her work on partial differential equations

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A Quadratic Cutie!





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