Welcome to the Department of Mathematics
Mathematics is the language of science and is an essential part of work done in the natural sciences, engineering, economics, and other areas. Since ancient times and in many civilizations, mathematics has been central in human thought and critical to many aspects of intellectual development and progress. The Department of Mathematics offers courses and degree programs reflecting the place and various roles of mathematics in modern civilization.
Chair: Dr. Kiran Bhutani
Assistant Chair: Dr. Paul Glenn
Administrative Assistant: Patricia Carpenter
Our main office is in room 207 McMahon Hall
Phone: 202-319-5221 Fax: 202-319-5231
Special lectures: "Classroom and Curriculum: Trends in Mathematics"
- Dr. Caren Diefenderfer, on Tuesday March 19 at 5 p.m. in Pryz 327. Title: " Quantitative Reasoning: The Good, The Bad and The Unknown"
- Dr. Bonnie Gold, on Monday April 8 at 5 p.m. in McGivney Hall Auditorium. Title: "Teaching Today's Students: Active Learning in Collegiate Mathematics". Further information