In the summer of 2014, we welcomed our sixth class of students to our Math for America program. This program, in conjunction with the School of Education, Teaching, and Health and the Carnegie Institution for Science, trains outstanding mathematics graduates from around the country to teach in the DC schools.
Next summer we host the Sampling Theory & Applications 11th Annual International Conference, SampTA 2015.
Tuesday, October 28
The Math/Stat Department Colloquium: A Lecture by Radu Balan
Tuesday, November 4
Math/Stat Department Meeting
Tuesday, November 11
The Math/Stat Department Colloquium: A Lecture by Larry Crone
Tuesday, November 18
The Math/Stat Department Colloquium: A Lecture by Kasso Okoudjou
Mathematics and statistics professor Michael Robinson published Topological Signal Processing.
AU statistics professor Elizabeth Malloy will research Carpal Tunnel and tennis elbow.
College students awarded competitive science fellowships, scholarships, and internships.
The Statistical Consulting Center is a service offered to American University students, faculty and staff—and clients from off-campus.