Top Math Schools in Connecticut

By | April 19, 2019

Offers latest ranking of top schools for mathematics in Connecticut. You can learn what the top-ranked math colleges and universities are in Connecticut, and compare the best math colleges on TopSchoolsintheUSA.com. Search the top graduate schools in math, view school profiles, and contact information for all 2 mathematics colleges in Connecticut. Also check bridgat for a full list of graduate schools in the state of Connecticut.

Top Math Schools in Connecticut

School Rank Graduate Mathematics
1 University of Connecticut
Department of Mathematics
Address: 196 Auditorium Road, Storrs, CT 06269-3009
Admissions Phone: (860) 486-8386
Admissions E-mail: [email protected]
Admissions Website: http://www.math.uconn.edu
2 Wesleyan University
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Address: 265 Church Street, Middletown, CT 06459-0128
Admissions Phone: (860) 685-2620
Admissions E-mail: [email protected]
Admissions Website: http://www.wesleyan.edu

June in the U.S. History

21st of June

1788 The US Constitution was ratified.

1788 New Hampshire becomes the ninth state of the United States.

1898 The United States of America captured the island of Guam during the Spanish-American War.

2004 First flight of the private manned suborbital spacecraft SpaceShipOne to an altitude of more than one hundred kilometers.

June, 22

1807 Armed confrontation between the British USS Leopard and the American frigate Chesapeake off the coast of Virginia.

1944 US President Franklin Roosevelt signed the World War II Veterans Benefits Act known as the G.I. Bill.

June 23

1683 In Pennsylvania, William Penn made a treaty of friendship with the Lenape Indians.

1810 In New York, John Astor founded the Pacific Fur Company, which played a significant role in the development of the US Northwest.

1967 A meeting began in New Jersey between US President Lyndon Johnson and Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers Alexei Kosygin.

June 24

1947 An incident of alleged UFO sightings in Washington state leads to the expression “flying saucers”.

June 25

1788 Virginia becomes the tenth state of the United States.

1868 Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, North Carolina and South Carolina were re-admitted to the US.

1876 ” Custer’s Last Stand ” in Montana.

1929 The Boulder Dam (became known as the ” Hoover Dam “) Act went into effect.

1941 US President Franklin Roosevelt signed an executive order banning racial discrimination in the defense industry.

1942 General (and future US President) Dwight Eisenhower was appointed commander of US forces in Europe.

1950 The Korean War began.

1976 Governor of Missouri officially apologizes for the events of the ” Missouri Mormon War “.

June 26

1870 U.S. President Ulysses Grant signed an executive order making Christmas an official U.S. holiday.

1945 The UN Charter was signed in San Francisco, California.

27th of June

1844 Mormon leader Joseph Smith was assassinated in Illinois.

1846 New York and Boston were connected by telegraph line.

1950 US President Harry Truman ordered the US military to enter the Korean War.

1985 The famous Highway 66 is officially decommissioned.

June 28

1870 The US Congress passed a law creating federal holidays.

1969 “Stonewall Riot” in New York.

1978 The Supreme Court declared illegal the introduction of racial quotas for admission to US universities.

2007 The bald eagle, one of the symbols of the United States, was removed from the list of endangered animals.

June 29

1927 US military pilots Lester Maitland and Albert Hegenberger made the first flight from California to Hawaii.

1956 US President Dwight Eisenhower signed into law the National Interstate Highway System.

1995 The space shuttle Atlantis docked with the Mir station.

2007 Apple released the first iPhone.

30 June

1805 The United States Congress passed a resolution to create the Territory of Michigan.

1834 “Indian Territory” (present-day Oklahoma) was established.

1859 French acrobat Charles Blondin walked a tightrope over Niagara Falls.

1864 US President Abraham Lincoln signed into law the Yosemite Valley in California.

1936 Margaret Mitchell’s famous novel Gone with the Wind was published.