We are an all-inclusive, friendly department committed to our students and their professional development. Our students work with researchers who are dedicated to applications in medical imaging, cybersecurity, collegiate mathematics education, national and global defense, geosciences, biological processes, and data science, as well as foundational research in algebraic geometry, combinatorics, computational science, mathematical physics, number theory, and topology.
Three CSU students of color developed a new peer-led math space, called Inflection Point, that hopes to improve student support through community and shared learning.
Using a noninvasive pulmonary imaging technology, Professor Jennifer Mueller leads research aimed at helping severely ill COVID-19 patients receive more targeted care and have better chances of recovery.
Flexible new major addresses the demand for computing skills in a dizzying variety of fields.