Alumni and Friends
The Department of Mathematical Sciences has 1,170 graduates in 50 states and 15 foreign countries who represent careers in actuarial science, applied and computational math, discrete math, secondary education, and statistics. Our alumni have helped solve problems in science, engineering, medicine and epidemiology, marketing, and other fields that influence our everyday life.
Math Newsletter—The Third R
For some master's and PhD students, the prospect of leading their own classes may be the most daunting challenge of graduate school. Grad Students in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, however, benefit from a robust program of teacher training and ongoing support that gives them confidence—and competence—in the classroom.
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What are our graduates doing?
"I love number crunching," says Rui (Sammi) Tang. But not just any numbers. Tang is interested in statistical genetics, the subject of the dissertation she completed while earning a PhD in Mathematical Sciences.
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