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Welcome to the Mathematical Sciences Department

Explore Our Mathematical World

Mathematics is the study of quantity, structure, space, and change. It is a peculiarly human endeavor that attempts to organize our experience in a quantitative fashion. Mathematics aids and supplements our intuitions about the physical universe and about human behavior.

FAU offers many opportunities on both the undergraduate and graduate levels to study Mathematics.


Graduate Student Features

Many of the graduate students then are leading the way in creating cutting-edge, industry-leading research.  
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Congratulations, Sher Chhetri, Ph D,  Candidate Congratulations, Zachariah Tyree, Ph D Candidate
Sher Chhetri has received financial support from the Department of Mathematical Sciences and the Graduate Professional Student Association to present his paper entitled, The Kumaraswamy Transmuted Pareto Distribution at the Joint Statistical Meetings in Baltimore, Maryland. Click here to see the abstract.   Mr. Tyree will travel to the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Virginia and work on a Cyber Security research project under an NSF grant.                                                                                                                                                                                   


Undergraduate Student Features

The Undergraduate students are working along-side faculty members to create and present new knowledge in a variety of fields utilizing mathematics.  
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    Congratulations Catherine Berrouet, B.S., Mathematics (candidate) Congratulations Elizabeth Manzano, B.S., Mathematics                                     (candidate)    
Ms. Catherine Berrouet took a Preparation for Industrial Careers (PIC) mathematics course sponsored by the Moffitt Cancer Research Center.  Catherine and Jake Nadulek have co-authored a paper they will present at the Mathematical Association of America's (MAA) MathFest, 2017.  

Ms. Elizabeth Manzano and her colleagues have authored a paper entitled, "A Mathematical Model to Predict Tumor Responses to   Cancer Drugs Based on Dose Response Curves in the Continuous Case."  Elizabeth intends to go work in the aerospace field as a statistician.