Apr 19, 2018

Kwangil Koh Lecture: Andrew Belmonte

Andrew Belmonte, professor of mathematics and materials science and engineering at Penn State University, will deliver the seventh Kwangil Koh Lecture.

Mar 16, 2018

Coffee and Viz: Visual Mathematics

While mathematics is used to create scientific visualizations of all kinds, it’s a two-way street. Visual thinking and visualizations are also very useful in math research, not just pretty pictures for popularizing mathematics or presenting results in simplified form. In […]

Jan 8, 2018  |  Research and Innovation

Radiation Therapy Algorithm Could Substantially Reduce Side Effects, Maintain Effect Against Tumors

A new mathematical model for computing radiation therapy treatments could reduce side effects while delivering the same results as conventional radiation therapy.

Dec 14, 2017

Mathematics Fall Graduation

Join us for the graduation ceremony for the Department of Mathematics.

Oct 23, 2017  |  General News

NC State Math and Statistics Climbs to 15th in Minority Degree Rankings

NC State recently ranked 15th in the nation in mathematics and statistics master's degrees conferred to minority graduates.

Jul 24, 2017  |  Mathematics

Beating the Traffic: Students’ Highway Toll Model Wins International Award

Two math students were part of a winning team that had just four days to model the best system for merging at highway toll plazas.

May 12, 2017

Mathematics Spring Graduation

Join us for the graduation ceremony for the Department of Mathematics.

Apr 8, 2017

Sonia Kovalevsky Day

The sixth-annual Sonia Kovalevsky Day offers workshops and speakers to help 7th and 8th grade girls appreciate math.

Mar 29, 2017  |  Mathematics

Finding Beauty in Math

Assistant professor of math Radmila Sazdanović uses algebraic topology to create visualizations that are both beautiful and useful.

Feb 6, 2017  |  Honors and Awards

Mathematical Biologist Lloyd Named Drexel Professor

Alun Lloyd develops mathematical models that describe the spread of infections through populations.