The Mathematics Department currently has 14 full-time faculty members and approximately 50 mathematics majors. Parallel to the mission of the university in its vision and purpose, our faculty is committed to teaching excellence and providing an appropriate mathematical background to all University students. Our primary objective is to foster quantitative literacy by focusing on the ability to think critically and solve problems through oral and written communication. Our mathematics major program is designed to provide students with a strong foundation in the fundamental areas of mathematics such as calculus, linear algebra, probability and statistics, real analysis, and modern algebra, as well as provide students with a variety of interesting mathematical electives to enhance the major. Our major culminates with the opportunity for every student to do independent research with a faculty member. Math majors will graduate with the knowledge necessary to achieve success in graduate studies, a teaching career, or a variety of statistical and/or business careers.

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Posters/papers from 2022

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Exploration of Patterns in Triangular Arrays, Teresina Berni

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Hyperbolic Basketball, Bernadette Boyle, Andrew Lazowski, and Michael Watt

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Quaternion Rotation: A Magical Journey to the Fourth Dimension, Linnea Caraballo

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Universal Healthcare, Roisin McGuirk

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The Benefits and Deficits of Listening to Music While Studying, Julia Simoneau

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Application of Matrix Theory in Business and Finance, Makinzie Youngblood

Posters/papers from 2021

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History of Algebra and its Implications for Teaching, Jaime Maggio

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Sleep and Physical Performance: A Case Study of Collegiate Women’s Division 1 Basketball Players, Christopher Taber, Samah Senbel, Diala Ezzeddine, Julie K. Nolan, Alexa Ocel, N.S. Artan, and Kaya Tolga

Posters/papers from 2020

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Weights of Linear Codes and their Dual, Lauren Bolcar

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Quantum Computing: A Mathematical Analysis of Shor's Algorithm, Stephen S. Clarke

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Ancient Arabic Mathematics, Delaney Howe

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In the Race Towards Infinity, Who Wins: Exponential or Polynomial?, Chelsea Thakkar

Posters/papers from 2019

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The Dynamics of the Logistic Map and Difference Equations, Michael Bubolo

Women in STEM, Lucinda Cahill and Rianna Rodrigues

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Connecting the Digital Root and Trigg Operator, John Munday

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Identification Numbers and Check Digit Schemes, Trevor O'Brien

Posters/papers from 2018

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Dominant Eigenvalue of a Sudoku Submatrix, Nicole Esposito

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The Chinese Remainder Theorem, Nancirose Piazza

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Number Theory: Niven Numbers, Factorial Triangle, and Erdos' Conjecture, Sarah Riccio

Posters/papers from 2017

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Single Vertex Flat Foldability, Gabrielle Barberi

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Exploring Hausdorff Dimension, Amy Ellis

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An Exploration of the Minimum Clue Sudoku Problem, Lauren Puskar

Submissions from 2016

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Musical Sound: A Mathematical Approach to Timbre, Timothy Weiss (Class of 2016)

Submissions from 2012

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The History Of Maxwell's Equations, Lindsay Guilmette (Class of 2012)