Mathematics & Statistics

The Department of Mathematics & Statistics is a teaching- and research-oriented department that offers graduate degrees (M.S. and Ph.D.) and undergraduate degrees in Pure and Applied Mathematics and Statistics. Information about our department, courses, faculty and students can be found using the menu links on the right.

Degrees and Programs

Davidson Mathematics and Sciences Center building
Interested in our Ph.D., M.S., or undergraduate degree offerings? Visit our Degree Programs page to learn more.

Student Resources

UNR Students outside of the Davidson Math and Science Building
Looking for information on advising, research opportunities, financial aid, or clubs within the department?
Please see our Student Resources pages.

News & Announcements

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Department welcomes new faculty in 2018


The Mathematics and Statistics Department at UNR welcomes new Assistant Professor Dr. Andrey Sarantsev, and new postdocs Dr. Huixi Li and Dr. Leonard Huang in the fall of 2018.

Chris Roger

Dr. Rogers awarded Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant


Professor Chris Rogers has received a Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians from the Simons Foundation, starting in fall of 2018, for his work on Applications of Homotopical Algebra in Deformation Theory and Geometry. The award is $42,000 and the funding period is 2018-2023. To learn more about Dr. Rogers' research, please see

Dr. Ahn

Dr. Ahn receives 3 year NIH COBRE award


Congratulations to Dr. Mihye Ahn on receiving 3 years of support totaling $450,000 as a project leader under the NIH COBRE Phase II grant awarded to The Center for Integrative Neuroscience at UNR. For more details, visit this page: Dr. Ahn receives 3 year NIH COBRE award

Slavan Jabuka

Dr. Jabuka awarded second Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant


Professor Jabuka has received a second Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians from the Simons Foundation, renewing his first award for another 5 years starting in 2017. He uses this award to support his research in knot theory, and the study of 3- and 4-dimensional manifolds. Professor Jabuka was first awarded the Simons Foundation's Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians in 2012.

Dr. Zaliapin

Dr. Zaliapin awarded three external grants


Congratulations to Professor Ilya Zaliapin, who was recently awarded three grants totaling over $250,000. He is a P.I. on each of the grants, all of which include support for graduate students. For details, visit this page: Dr. Zaliapin awarded three external grants

Contact Us

Contact Department of Mathematics & Statistics (0084)

1664 N. Virginia Street

Reno, NV 89557

Phone (775) 784-6773

Fax (775) 784-6378

Davidson Math and Science Center, DMS 314