(Sept. 11, 2023)Claudia Miller Awarded NSF Grant to Use Homological Algebra to Study Singularities
Miller's project is titled, “Homological approaches to differential forms, differential operators and transfer of algebra structures.”
(Sept. 11, 2023)Josh Pollitz Awarded NSF Grant to Study Homological Questions in Algebra
Pollitz will use the grant to travel and speak about his research and increase the visibility and strength of Syracuse’s Algebra Research Group.
(June 26, 2023)Mathematics Majors Win Prizes
The mathematics department announced two awards for outstanding achievements.
(June 15, 2023)Mathematics Alumnus Featured on PBS’s NOVA
Patrick Kimani, who received a Ph.D. in mathematics at Syracuse University in 2008, appeared on a November episode of the popular science show.
(June 12, 2023)Enrollment in New Statistics Program Continues to Grow
The major is statistics, which launched in Fall 2021, provides students with fundamental knowledge and skills related to probability, mathematical statistics, data analysis and statistical computing.
(June 7, 2023)Department of Mathematics Named Academic Sponsor of the Simons Laufer Mathematical Sciences Institute
The sponsorship gives the department access to many undergraduate/graduate training and faculty research programs.
(June 1, 2023)Mathematics and Math Education Graduate Students Win University, A&S and Department Awards
Students earned an impressive array of recognitions from the Graduate School, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Department of Mathematics.
(April 28, 2023)A&S Professor Claudia Miller Awarded Simons Laufer Mathematical Sciences Institute Research Professorship
Miller will study singularities in geometry at the Simons Laufer Mathematical Sciences Institute in Berkeley, California in spring 2024.