The Department of Mathematics & Statistics recently announced significant funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the amount of $370,000 for Drs. Emmanuel Barron, Marian Bocea, and Robert Jensen.
As we come to the close of the academic year it is time to recognize our graduates, and all of our students' outstanding achievements! Take a look at the Pictures and Departmental Awards from the Reception!
Congratulations to Dr. Emily Peters who has been awarded a three-year NSF research grant titled "Subfactors, Planar Algebras, Knots, and Graphs"!
This past weekend the Math & Stat Department had many of our students participating in the Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposiums. After a year of hard work to prepare, the students all did a wonderful job presenting their research.
The School of Education's Target New Transitions program is hiring for the 2015-2016 Academic Year. Target New Transitions is a drop-out prevention/high school retention program that provides academic coaching to CPS freshman. Academic coaches make a year-long commitment of regular academic support and relationship building with CPS freshmen who voluntarily come for support on Saturday mornings. Take a look at RamblerLink for more information!