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Math Exchange Now Open

The Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics is beginning a new program called the Math Exchange, designed to deliver innovative Pre-Calculus (Math 151) instruction.  The Exchange employs up-to-date software developed by ALEKS, born from a National Science Foundation grant on the study of knowledge spaces, an area within artificial intelligence. This cutting-edge software breaks down […]

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Fall Newsletter

Our Fall 2016 Newsletter is now online! Features include: The inaugural BAMM! conference New grants received by our faculty Girls in Math Day The Math Modeling Challenge and much, much more. Read the newsletter.  

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Renee Adonteng

Please join us in congratulating Renee Adonteng, this year’s recipient of the $3,000 Waldemar J. Trjitzinsky Scholarship awarded by the American Mathematical Society (AMS). Renee is a junior at VCU, working on a mathematics degree with a concentration in applied mathematics. She hopes to pursue a career in actuarial science once she completes her degree. […]

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Commencement Fall 2016

Saturday, December 10, 2016 10:00 AM Commencement, Stuart C. Siegel Center For more information please visit: http://www.commencement.vcu.edu Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016 1:30 p.m. VCU Student Commons, Richmond Salons 907 Floyd Avenue Richmond, Virginia 23284 Tickets for guests are not required. For more information please visit: http://www.commencement.vcu.edu/Departmental-Ceremonies/:

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Mathematics Professors Receive Grant

Professors, Dewey Taylor, Moa Apagodu and Ghidewon Abay-Asmerom have been awarded a National Research Experience for Undergraduates Program grant from the Mathematics Association of America, which targets the development of students from underrepresented groups. They will be running their 6-week program this summer from mid-May through June for four female students working in discrete mathematics. […]

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Graduate School Bound? First year graduate student?

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Opportunity for Students Application Deadline: October 30, 2015 A higher percentage of applications submitted by students in mathematics will result in a higher number of NSF graduate fellowships allocated to our students in future years. The NSF offered 2,050 students Graduate Research Fellowships for 2015, with only 60 or about 3% […]

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Commencement Information

Saturday, December 10, 2016 10:00 AM Commencement, Stuart C. Siegel Center For more information please visit: http://www.commencement.vcu.edu Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016 1:30 p.m. VCU Student Commons, Richmond Salons 907 Floyd Avenue Richmond, Virginia 23284 Tickets for guests are not required. For more information please visit: http://www.commencement.vcu.edu/Departmental-Ceremonies/:

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CSD 7: Computational Methods for Carbon Nanostructure Research

Seventh in a cross-disciplinary workshop series that brings together researchers in Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences to explore the increasingly diverse ways that computers are used as part of the scientific discovery process. The workshop will combine formal lectures, short talks, and ample time for informal discussions. The basic scientific objective of the workshop is […]

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New H&S Scholarship Website

The College of Humanities and Sciences has introduced a new website, vcu.academicworks.com, with information and an online application process for the over 100 scholarship opportunities we offer to currently enrolled students. The system features a searchable database of opportunities and details the requirements for each. This system will offer a more student-centric experience, streamlines our administrative […]

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Congratulations to Math major Allen Calderwood

A team of three Virginia Commonwealth University students won $10,000 in a San Francisco hackathon for designing an innovative mobile app that makes it easier for salespeople to pull up customers’ information while talking on the phone. Complete article…

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