The Department of Mathematics and Statistics Spring Banquet will be May 2 at 6:30 pm in Regents Suite A of the Baker Pattillo Student Center. Awards and scholarships will be presented to our graduate students and math majors, and Pi Mu Epsilon with have its annual induction ceremony. Tickets can be purchased from Susanna Ramirez in the department office Some photos from last year's even (and Math Club Picnic), click here.
The Math Clubs Spring Picnic will be May 6 at 12:00 pm at Pecan Park. Come by and see a professor get pi-ed!
The summer textbook list is now available!
Math&Stats Graduate Student Chance Bradford on "Why I Study Math at SFA"
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is a friendly and supportive place for our students. Our faculty are committed to excellence and continual improvement in teaching and advising students through our challenging curriculum:
Our math clubs are very active in hosting math talks and participating in conferences, fundraisers, and social activities.
We offer one of the leading certification programs in the state in mathematics teaching. The department proudly produces qualified teachers at all levels.
We offer dual-credit coures to local and rural schools and make visits to speak about mathematics and statistics.
Mathematics is perhaps the most intellectually challenging and practical major you can choose. Some major in math for the enjoyment and beauty of the subject. Others major in math for its practicality and applicability to the sciences, engineering, finance, and even the social sciences. Mathematics develops rigorous analytical thinking skills that are prized in all fields of human endeavor.
The purpose of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics is to attract and retain the best available scholars who actively pursue knowledge of mathematics, statistics, and/or mathematics education and who skillfully communicate their knowledge of the subject to their students, colleagues, and the community as a whole.
Specific roles of the Department are: