The Department of Mathematics and 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. With over 40 faculty members with roughly two-thirds of those in tenured or tenure-track positions, the department offers a wide range of experts to advise students and do research.

Recent news from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Sabrina Ma wearing a graduation robe and stole

Grads of the Pack: Sabrina Ma

“I am passionate about inspiring others and finding a path to help make a difference”

A composition of a portrait of Jevin West (top left), a photo of Maddie Lohman holding a bird (bottom left), a portrait of Paul Hurtado (bottom right), and the Discover Science Podcast Series identifier which looks like a cross between a microphone and a microscope (top right).

Discover Science Podcast: Jevin West on misinformation in and about science

Graduate student Maddie Lohman and math professor Paul Hurtado are joined by Jevin West

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Seeking fundamental truths in mathematics

Associate Professor Chris Rogers receives grant to study symmetry and support historically underrepresented research students

Bringing leaders in mathematics and statistics to our campus

World-class mathematical research and cutting-edge topics are presented in our department in our colloquia and seminars.