The Mathematics Department is committed to the development, teaching, and learning of mathematics at all levels. Our faculty are actively engaged in research in many areas of pure and applied mathematics. We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees that will prepare students for jobs in industry, education, or mathematical research. We also teach a wide range of introductory mathematics courses for students in science, engineering, business, and the liberal arts, and support those students with our Math Tutorial Lab.

  • Panorama of Geometry and Topology Undergraduate Conference Agenda
  • Adam Wood - 2020 Bor-Luh Lin Thesis Award Winner
  • Math Platoon - Free Math tutoring for Veterans and Military-connected students.
  • A graduate student in the Department of Mathematics
  • A student studying mathematics
  • Thomas Kindred instructing students in mathematics
  • A graduate student in the Department of Mathematics
  • A student studying mathematics
  • The Mathematics Tutorial Lab inside the Department of Mathematics at the University of Iowa
  • Mathematics Graduate student writing on the board

Noteworthy

  • Date/Time: Saturday, Nov. 13 9am-noon

    Location: 110 MLH

    First Speaker:

    Vincent Rodgers (UI Physics Dept)

    Topic:

    Projective Gauged Gravity

    Vincent Rodgers


    Second Speaker:

    Colin Adams (Williams College)

    Topic:

    "Blown Away: What Knot to Do When Sailing” by Sir Randolph Bacon III, cousin-in-law to speaker

    Colin Adams

     

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