Why your students should study Data Science and Public Policy at Georgetown
Applications are now open for our new Master of Science in Data Science for Public Policy (MS-DSPP) program! The Priority Deadline for scholarship consideration is January 15. In governments and the nonprofit sector, demand is rising quickly for data analysts, scientists, and data savvy managers. The Master of Science […]
Ernie Burniston (1937-2017)
Dr. Ernie Burniston passed away on November 5, 2017. A gathering of remembrance is planned at 4:00pm on Friday, November 10 at the N.C. State University Club, 4200 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC 27606. Ernie earned a B.Sc. in Mathematics from the University of London in 1960 and […]
Amassa C. Fauntleroy III (1945-2017)
Professor Fauntleroy passed away unexpectedly on October 19, 2017. The memorial service for Professor Fauntleroy will be held on Saturday, November 11, at 2 pm at the Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Durham.
Pack ASSIST – 2018-2019 scholarships
Pack ASSIST will start accepting applications on December 1 for the 2018-2019 academic year for continuing students. Students need to apply every year, unless the student is specifically told otherwise via a scholarship offer letter. New entering freshman will have […]
Sandia National Laboratories Seminar and Recruiting Activities
Dr. Jordan E. Massad from Sandia National Laboratories will visit November 13-15 to recruit for positions and deliver a seminar that introduces SNL and its exciting roles for mathematicians and statisticians. PDF
Thank a Teacher Recipients – Spring 2017
The Office of Faculty Development administers the Thank a Teacher Program as a way to honor NC State faculty who have made a difference in students’ lives. Elizabeth Dempster, Mallory McMahon, and Tien Khai Nguyen from the Mathematics Department were recognized by […]
NC State Rises in Minority STEM Rankings
NC State’s ranking of 15th in the nation in minority Master’s degrees in mathematics follows #1 Columbia, #2 Cal State Long Beach, #2 (tied) Rutgers University at New Brunswick, #4 Cal State, East Bay and #5 New York University.
Plenary Speaker for the 37th Annual Mathematics Symposium at Western Kentucky University
Professor Tim Kelley will give a plenary talk on Pseudo-Transient Continuation at the 37th Annual Mathematics Symposium at Western Kentucky University, November 17 – 18, 2017 (https://www.wku.edu/math/symposium2017.php). Dr. Kelley is Drexel Professor of Mathematics at NCSU, and Chair of the SIAM Board of Trustees.
Undergrads at SIAM UQ
Undergraduate Projects in Uncertainty Quantication SIAM UQ18, April 16-19 Orange Country, California, USA The 2018 SIAM Conference on Uncertainty Quantication is planning on having one or two sessions devoted to undergraduate research projects related to uncertainty quantication, statistical modeling, statistical inverse problems, stochastic […]
E115 & CSC Course Enrollment Requests
Please share the below information with students trying to enroll in E 115 and/or any of the following on campus CSC courses they cannot enroll in on their own: CSC 111, 113, 116, 216, 226, 230, 316, 236, 246 Students […]