It was an eventful and exciting day on Tuesday, September 5: “Start Your Success in A&S”. After a gathering and presentations in Edwards Auditorium for all incoming Arts and Sciences freshmen, students broke out by major and met around tables set up at the Quad. The new Math Majors were greeted by the Advising Coordinator […]Continue reading "Welcome to our New Math Majors!"
Our department has been recognized with a 2023 Rammy award for “working collaboratively to provide our entire curriculum online – all courses asynchronous – for the 2023 summer session”. Rammy Awards celebrate people and departments demonstrating extraordinary commitment to undergraduate student success, recognizing commitment to the URI community and work to advance diversity around access […]Continue reading "Math Department Receives a Rammy Award"
A double major in math and business, Morgan Prior, is among 413 recipients of the prestigious 2023 Goldwater Scholarship from a pool of more than 5,000 applicants. Morgan Prior intends to pursue a Ph.D. in computational math, focusing on theory, design, and the implementation of algorithms for efficient computation. She has interests in large datasets, […]Continue reading "Math Major Awarded Goldwater Scholarship"
Assistant Professor from our Department, Jonathan Chavez-Casillas, collaborates with researchers from the URI Graduate School of Oceanography to help predict and possibly mitigate harmful algal blooms (HAB). HABs pose a growing threat to local and global economies, and human health. The researchers collect sophisticated imaging data from Narragansett Bay and analyze it using applied mathematics […]Continue reading "Harmful Algal Blooms"