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.
On March 31, high school students heard from notable women in math at CSU, participated in fun math activities, chatted with current female and genderqueer graduate students in math and toured parts of CSU’s campus.
The Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Committee in the Department of Mathematics presented the opening exhibit of Illustrating Diverse Experiences in STEM on March 28 in the Laurel Village Pavillion. The artwork will be on display until the end of the week.
Hortensia Soto, professor in the Department of Mathematics, has been named the president-elect of the Mathematics Association of America.