Interview season begins, many interesting talks in logic and statistics are coming!
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|The department offers courses in mathematics and statistics leading to the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degree. At the Bachelor’s level we have several options for career preparation, such as applied mathematics and actuarial science.
Our faculty has research groups in many areas of pure and applied mathematics, and in mathematics education. Strengths lie in commutative algebra, logic and foundations, probability and statistics, dynamical systems, mathematical biology, variational methods in partial differential equations especially relevant to materials science, and applied and computational harmonic analysis with applications to machine learning and data analysis.
We provide courses for other disciplines throughout the NMSU main campus. This includes the sciences, engineering, social sciences, humanities, agriculture, business, and education. This includes preparatory and general education courses that ensure every student has the quantitative and reasoning skills needed every career now demands.
The department’s mission is to provide core education in mathematics and statistics that prepares graduate and undergraduate students to be knowledgeable and responsible citizens of the world.
The Math Success Center offers free online tutoring services to math students in all majors.
Karen Villaverde was promoted to College Associate Professor.
Robert Smits was awarded an appointment as a Fellow in the 2020 Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program at USAFA.
Tiziana Giorgi has been appointed a “rotator” division head at the NSF, a great honor. She will be on leave from NMSU next year, with an option of one more year
Jonathan Montano received an NSF award for “Asymptotic growth of symbolic powers, mixed multiplicities, and convex bodies”.
Tiziana Giorgi received the Arts and Sciences award for outstanding research.
Maria Sanchez received the Arts and Sciences award for Staff Excellence.
Dawn Rafferty was chosen to represent Mathematical Sciences at Starry Night.
Jerry Lodder and Alyne Fulte are retiring after decades of service.