Hit the Road! Register for MAA MathFest
There's something for everyone at MAA MathFest!Sessions cover a variety of mathematical topics.
Bain Recognized for Service
Graduating senior Meredith Bain has received the Mathematics Department’s Senior Award for Outstanding Community Engagement, in recognition of using her time, talents, and intellect to improve the community.
Multiple Awards to Sudweeks
Graduating senior Jaye Sudweeks has won two NCSU awards: the Mathematics Department’s Senior Award for Outstanding Scholarship and the College of Science’s Outstanding Senior Award for Scholarship.
Hart wins SIAM Prize
Dr. Joseph Hart, Fall 2018 PhD graduate in Applied Mathematics, has won the 2019 SIAM Student Paper Prize.
Undergraduate research funding now available!
The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) invites undergraduate students to submit project proposals for potential funding for the upcoming academic year. Students working individually or on teams from any discipline are encouraged to submit their proposals for review. Awards range in amounts up to $1,000.
Basketball Analytics Summit Winners
Mathematics and Statistics undergraduates Sohil Doshi, Graham Pash, Elliott Reece and Jason Thompson participated in the PEIA Basketball Analytics Summit as members of the NCSU Sports Analytics Club.
Summer Jobs for Students Protecting the Environment
The Fund is running 32 campaign offices across the country, including one in Chapel Hill, NC, and is hiring for leadership positions. You’ll make a real difference on important issues. You may be working to help save the bees, fight fracking, get factory farms to stop overusing antibiotics, or standing up for clean water, just to name a few.
Summer and Fall 2019 – Tutors Needed – Academic Support Program For Student-Athletes
The Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes is looking to hire tutors for the both Summer and Fall 2019 semester. The job descriptions and the link for the applicants to apply are provided below.
Bates Wins NSF Grad Fellowship
Savannah Bates, a PhD student in the Biomathematics Graduate Program, was awarded a prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation. Savannah works with Cristina Lanzas (NCSU Veterinary Medicine) on multi-scale modeling of Clostridioides difficile ("C. diff") infection within and between people in a hospital. Congratulations to Savannah on winning this highly competitive award.
xciting Service Learning Fall Class: COM 466 nonprofit leadership & development
COM 466 enrolls 2nd-semester freshmen through grad students and folks from every college on campus in a high impact, interactive and practical leadership and service-learning semester.