January 18th, 2017
Through the ESTEME@OSU project, OSU has conducted a comprehensive examination of its learning practices and is evolving them to transform its culture of scholarship
Four doctoral students in the College of Science are among the 27 scientists and engineers selected as 2016 ARCS Foundation Scholars by the Portland chapter.
William “Brit” Kirwan presented a special lecture on how universities can enhance and equalize student success to prepare them for the 21st century.
The Mathematics Department hosts alumni and friends at a special reception January 6 during the 2017 Joint Mathematics Meetings in Atlanta.
Mathematics Professor Tevian Dray has received the 2017 Deborah and Franklin Tepper Haimo Award for Distinguished Teaching of Mathematics from the Mathematical Association of America.
The Department of Mathematics is well above average: it has nine women tenure-track/tenured faculty, or 30%, compared to just 14% nationwide.
The College of Science welcomes Lyn Riverstone as interim Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs.
Four science graduate students earn a Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching, an 18-month program completed in addition to students’ graduate coursework and research […]
Our 2016 Scholarship Dessert brought together students, faculty, advisors, alumni and friends to celebrate our outstanding students and generous donors.
Graduates reflect on their experience in science and their education at OSU. Meet Justin, Lindsey, Jonathan and Katie.
Honors College and mathematics major Johnathan Van Why lands job at Google months before graduation.
The College of Science will treat mathematics and statistics students to an evening of movie, dinner and a Skype discussion with OSU alumnus (’60) and […]
A team of mathematicians has released a massive mathematical database that catalogs objects of central importance in number theory.
The Lonseth Lecture Series was established in 1985 to honor Arvid T. Lonseth, Professor Emeritus and former chair of OSU’s Mathematics Department.
Globally renowned mathematician and drag racing champion Richard Tapia from Rice University discusses, “Using Mathematics to Enhance My Personal Life” May 11.
Renowned mathematician and former drag racing champ Richard Tapia from Rice University talks diversity.
Transdisciplinary team receives $3 million NSF grant to develop Research Traineeships using Big Data to analyze effects of human activities and climate change on oceans.
Fellows will receive professional development and support during their first four years of teaching in high needs schools.