Our first priority is teaching you mathematics. We recognize that to be on the cutting edge, we must have a robust research program as well. Faculty members regularly publish papers and make presentations at conferences nationwide.
We also reach out to our community—both locally and throughout the state—to offer educational programs for students and educators and to partner with business and industry on special projects.
We take pride in our faculty members who are not only exceptional educators but also active researchers.
Faculty Research Areas
Our own faculty and guests from other universities give lectures throughout the academic year to share the findings of their research. Graduate students, advanced undergraduate students, and other faculty members have the opportunity to learn about the latest developments in our field outside the traditional classroom setting. Learn more.
Even as undergrads, our students have the opportunity to publish their research. Mathematics Exchange serves as forum for students’ scholarly work beyond their typical classroom assignments. This often includes senior theses, extra-curricular projects, and seminar or colloquium papers. Read the journal.