Solving today's problems
With grants from the National Science Foundation, Department of Defense, National Institutes of Health, National Security Agency and more, our mathematics and statistical sciences faculty are leading game-changing research projects. Graduate and undergraduate students have the opportunity to be a part of this exciting work.
Conducting research allows you to deepen your understanding of theoretical mathematics, to explore the ways in which we apply mathematics to engineering and other sciences, to test your theories on math education, to see how statistics intersects with various fields, and more. Research opportunities abound in all four of our major focus areas.
Header image courtesy of authors Hans D. Mittelmann and Andrew J. Bordner from their paper, A New Formulation of Protein Evolutionary Models that Account for Structural Constraints, published in the journal Molecular Biology and Evolution.