School of Mathematical Sciences
The School of Mathematical Sciences discovers new knowledge in mathematics, applied mathematics, and statistics to address critical mathematical, scientific, engineering, and technological challenges of our time; provides graduate education cutting across disciplines in science, engineering, and medicine; and contributes to the mathematical education of our nation's children and citizens through its undergraduate teaching mission and many outreach activities both locally and nationwide.
The School is a federation of the Department of Mathematics, the Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Applied Mathematics, the Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Statistics, and centers and institutes focused on mathematics education and outreach. These units have a long history of uniting faculty with common aims in education and research across the campus, targeting resources, and attracting outstanding students. The School retains the distinct identities of its component units while extending its reach through collaborations inspired by a vision of mathematics as central to science and society.
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- William McCallum
- Distinguished Professor and Head
- Department of Mathematics
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- Mathematics and Computational Sciences
- Neural, Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
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