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Considering Mathematics at Iowa?
The Mathematics Department at the University of Iowa is dedicated to a mission of research, graduate, and undergraduate education in pure and applied mathematics, and support of the education of students in engineering, science, and the liberal arts.
Department Chair: Prof. Ryan Kinser
Graduate Director: Prof. Xiaoyi Zhang
Undergraduate Director: Prof. Yangbo Ye
Applied Math and Computer Science (AMCS) Director: Prof. Laurent Jay
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