Since Fall 2007, the Department of Mathematical Sciences has been housed in the new wing of the Middleton Science Building.
Classroom experiences and extracurricular activities offer access to state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge analytical and educational technology used by mathematicians both nationally and internationally. Software and hardware utilized include:
- Geometer’s Sketchpad
- GAP (Groups, Algorithms, and Programming)
- TI-89 and TI-89 Titanium Graphing Calculators
In addition, students have access to the premier mathematical research database, MathSciNet.
Most classrooms are equipped with digital capabilities, allowing professors to integrate technological applications within the teaching environment. Major classes tend to be small, which fosters individual attention, group inquiry, and exciting discussion.