A warm welcome to new and returning students!!
The 2020-2021 academic year promises to be a unique time for students and faculty in the Department of Mathematics, as some big events are on the horizon.
To start, the Department of Mathematics is in the final stages of approval for BA and BS degrees in Applied Mathematics, which will feature tracks that focus on classical applied math, modeling, and statistics.
Other big news items to watch for include:
· Organizing the MAA Seaway Section meeting at Siena in the fall of 2021.
· The Math Department Banner/Flag design competition.
· The Department of Mathematics Online Colloquium Series
Whether you're attending class in person or online, we hope that everyone has a wonderful and successful year!
Congrats to our graduates!
The Department of Mathematics sincerely congratulates its graduating seniors. You have been exceptional representatives of the department and college, especially in the wake of the previous term. We are proud of what you have and will accomplish. A hip hip hooray for the class of 2020!!
We hope everyone has a wonderful summer!
- Real-world applications of mathematics to model the spread of COVID-19 and a tick-borne illness were the subjects of two separate research projects by CURCA summer scholars. For details see the write-up here
Find out by minoring in the NEW statistics minor, which will start in Fall 2020. The new minor provides students with tools commonly used in statistical analysis and the interpretation of data. Therefore, the new minor is a perfect complement to quantitative majors, such as Data Science, Actuarial Science, Biology, and Math, among many many others. A special thanks goes out to Dr. Tosun for developing the program.
- The Department of Mathematics is happy to share the news that 3 new math courses have been approved by the college. The courses, which focus on Regression analysis (MATH 372), Advanced Statistical Methods (MATH 375), and Fundamental Topics in Applied Math (MATH 399), are all slated for roll out sometime soon!
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