# Project: Common Experience: Plastics (Math & Physics)

This project exhibits the work of first year math majors (Class of 2023) in the discussion and research on plastics in the state of Connecticut.

## Recent Posts

Welcome Class of 2023!

We are so excited to meet you next week! Professor Fiorillo and I are the lucky faculty members […] See MoreWelcome Class of 2023!

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## Recent Discussions

Andrew and Sal

2. As an Actuary you calculate life expediencies of people for insurance companies and plastic can effect that maybe positively or negatively 3. We can work with other students with a variety of majors to find out how plastics impact us and how we See MoreAndrew and Sal

Common Experience 2019

We see our field of study contributing positively to the plastic problem. For example, as a Statistics teacher we could inform students on the issues with plastic. In order to solve the plastic problem we could collaborate with Environmental See MoreCommon Experience 2019

Tyler and Emmanuel

Can you see any connections or possible applications of this topic to your field of study? 2.) Yes there are many connections to plastic use and mathematics, especially through the use of statistics. How do you see your field of study contributing See MoreTyler and Emmanuel

## Recent Docs

Questions for Common Experience – Plastics – Math & Physics Dept.

Common Experience 2019: Impact of Plastics Discussion questions for Math & Physics Department Meeting: Earlier today, you heard from five professors, all with different perspectives on plastics. What was the most surprising See MoreQuestions for Common Experience – Plastics – Math & Physics Dept.