Math Department Apparel
The Math Department debuted new style this year with our very own departmental apparel! We have a long sleeve shirt (shown above) commemorating the 25th anniversary of our graduate program and a polo shirt (shown in our latest issue of Numberlines) in long or short sleeves and offered in maroon or gold. If you are interested in purchasing any of the Math apparel, please contact the department secretary, Pamela Arola, with your order. She can be reached at 218.726.8747 or email@example.com. Please include your contact information (mailing address, phone, email), which shirt you prefer and your size. Sizes are as follows:
Graduate program shirt: S, M, L, XL
**Polo shirt: Men's S, M, L, XL
Women's S, M, L, XL
**Please specify long or short sleeve and color.
Prices will depend on the number of orders we receive, but we expect shirts to be about $18.75 each (plus shipping costs)
We offer the Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and the Bachelor of Science degree in Statistics and Actuarial Science. For those who want to teach at the secondary level, we offer the Bachelor of Applied Science degree cooperatively with the Department of Education. At the graduate level we offer the Master of Science in Applied and Computational Mathematics.
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"Graduate Math Students at UMD bond over broomball"
Thursday, October 2, 2014
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Where’s the Math? BIG
Mathematical Research Problems
Tracy A. Bibelnieks, Ph.D.
Amazing research opportunities for mathematicians can be found in every sector of business, industry and government
(BIG). This colloquium will present a selection of current BIG mathematical research problems across a variety
of topic areas within mathematics. The presentation
and introduction to the mathematical techniques used in
researching solution strategies for the problems will be
accessible to all undergraduates at some point in their major
or minor! Students will be invited to engage in the session at various points to brainstorm, innovate and unleash their
mathematical creativity. As a further note, this colloquium
is also intended to interest and invite students to consider
diving deeper into BIG research during spring semester in MATH 4095.