Department News

Tracey Howell to Serve as Associate Dirctor of UNCG’s RISE Network

Our very own Tracey Howell was recognized in Campus Weekly as she takes on the leadership position of Associate Director for the UNCG…

Math Major Aidan Lytle Recognized for Undergraduate Research

Aidan Lytle, a double major in Mathematics and Physics, is featured in UNCG’s Fall 2019 Research Magazine (pg. 6).  Follow the link…

Ratnasingham Shivaji Receives 3-Year National Science Foundation Research Grant

Ratnasingham Shivaji is the PI of a new 3-year (2019-2022) National Science Foundation research grant titled: “Collaborative Research: Mathematical and Experimental Analysis of Competitive…

Ph.D Student Sandi Rudzinski Headed to Germany

One of our Ph.D students, Ms. Sandi Rudzinski has been accepted to participate in the French-German Summer School Galois Theory and Number…

Michael Hull Joins the Department

The Department would like to welcome Michael Hull as a new faculty member!  Michael Hull has a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University and…

John Stufken Joins the Department

Renowned Statistician Dr. John Stufken will join our department to head the UNC Greensboro’s new Master of Science in Informatics and Analytics…

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Message From The Department Head

Welcome to the UNC Greensboro Mathematics and Statistics Department!Sat Gupta

On behalf of the faculty and students in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, I invite you to browse this website. The Department offers a number of outstanding degree programs serving nearly 4,000 students every year.

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The Math Help Center

Math Help Center

The Math Help Center is located in Curry building, room 210. Now with enchanced tutoring offerings in many Mathematics and Statistics courses.

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Statistical Consulting Center

SCC

Statistical Consulting Center offers consultation and advice to University researchers.

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Graduate Tea

Graduate Tea Collage 5-2-19

Our department hosts a monthly Graduate Tea that is an informal gathering, well-attended by both graduate students and faculty.

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Recent Grad Perspective

Math is useful and beautiful

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