Our faculty consists of 28 tenure track and more than 15 adjunct or visiting faculty. Our faculty interests are broad and encompass the areas listed below. The sharing of ideas and information across the mathematical disciplines makes our department a rich place to teach, learn, and do.
Algebra, Pure and Applied
Our faculty have explored applications of algebra to cryptography, error-correcting codes, combinatorics, voting theory and music theory. Our faculty also have expertise in infinite dimensional representation theory, Kac Moody Lie algebras, vertex algebras, and Leibniz algebras.
Data Science and Analytics
Difference and Differential Equations
Geometry and Topology
Logic and Foundations of Mathematics
Mathematics and Society
Faculty engaging in research at the intersection of mathematical sciences and society are interested in questions of how the mathematical sciences impact society and how society impacts the mathematical sciences. This includes, but is not limited to, scholarship on the mathematical sciences' intersection with ethnicity, gender, history, community outreach, retention of students from underrepresented groups, and sustainability.
Numerical and Computational Mathematics
Real and Complex Analysis
Statistics, Pure and Applied
Teaching and Learning
Faculty engaged in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) investigate teaching and learning in their courses from a scholarly perspective, including drawing upon existing literature, gathering and reflecting upon a variety of evidence, and sharing their conclusions in peer-reviewed and externally validated forums.