Dr. Angel Pineda, associate professor of mathematics, was appointed to the Committee for Developing Countries of the International Mathematical Union. He will serve through 2018.
Current CSUF math faculty and majors got together with both former and future faculty and students at JMM in San Antonio, TX on January 10-13, 2015.
"Illuminating Ideas" was the theme of SCCUR, hosted for the first time by Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 22nd. The Mathematics Department was well represented, both in terms of student presenters and student volunteers.
Dr. Scott Annin and 10 math majors with aspirations to pursue a Ph.D. degree in mathematics attended the Field of Dreams Conference in Phoenix, AZ (Nov. 7—9, 2014), sponsored by the National Alliance for Doctoral Studies in the Mathematical Sciences.
CSUF students Derek Taylor, James Shade, Isabel Serrano, Christina Tran, Phong Tran, Brenna Biggs, and Shreya Havaldar, (with her father Parag Havaldar) presented at the conference with their faculty mentor Dr. Bogdan Suceava.
Dr. Tommy Murphy, new assistant professor of mathematics, focuses his research and teaching on differential geometry, which seeks to understand shapes and how they are curved.
Drs. Scott Annin and Angel Pineda are active participants of the Graduate Readiness and Access in Mathematics grant provided by NSF.
Every summer since 1990, founder and mentor David L. Pagni has been leading Project MISS, a four-week summer program that has helped more than 1,500 high school girls from underrepresented ethnic groups improve their math skills.
Mathematician Zair Ibragimov is key organizer of the University's first USA-Uzbekistan Conference on Natural Sciences and Mathematics. More than 120 researchers from a dozen countries are attending
The second year graduate students in the M.S. in Statistics program presented the results of their semester long research/consulting projects at the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project
Mark S. Filowitz, associate dean, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and Martin V. Bonsangue, professor of mathematics, will be recognized by the International Center for Supplemental Instruction and University of Missouri-Kansas City for their SI accomplishments.
The estate of Emeritus Professor Dr. Russell V. Benson and Betty L. Benson endows math scholarships for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Education and mathematics faculty members leading a $1.5 million National Science Foundation project to increase STEM achievement among bilingual students
Local whiz kids taking part in Cal State Fullerton's Math Circle, organized and conducted by Bogdan Suceavă, professor of mathematics, have their faculty mentors cheering.
Pineda Appointed to Serve on International Committee
Dr. Angel Pineda, associate professor of mathematics,
Joint Mathematics Meetings
Current CSUF math faculty and majors got
Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research
"Illuminating Ideas" was the theme of SCCUR,
8th Annual Field of Dreams Conference
Dr. Scott Annin and 10 math majors
Fall 2014 Southern California-Nevada Mathematical Association of America Conference
CSUF students Derek Taylor, James Shade, Isabel
Meet Tommy Murphy
Dr. Tommy Murphy, new assistant professor of
Drs. Scott Annin and Angel Pineda are
Project MISS: 25 Summers of Student Success
Every summer since 1990, founder and mentor
U.S.-Uzbekistan Math and Science Conference
Mathematician Zair Ibragimov is key organizer of
Statisticians Present Consulting Projects
The second year graduate students in the
Campus Leaders Lauded for SI Success
Mark S. Filowitz, associate dean, College of
Benson Family Math Scholarships
The estate of Emeritus Professor Dr. Russell
Learning Math and Science in English and in Spanish
Education and mathematics faculty members leading a
Fullerton Math Circle Standouts 'Above the Curve'
Local whiz kids taking part in Cal