Mathematics and Statistics and Data Science Graduate Application - Now Open
The Mathematics and Statistics Department at Washington University in St. Louis will start accepting applications for fall 2024 graduate programs (Ph.D. in Mathematics, Ph.D. in Statistics, Master’s in Mathematics and Master’s in Statistics) in early September 2023. For the Ph.D. programs (Mathematics and Statistics), the application deadline is December 4, 2023. The Master’s in Mathematics and Master’s in Statistics deadline is January 15, 2024.
"Drawing from data: a mathematical approach to community representation"
In a new study, Stern and colleagues have developed a data-driven method for measuring how well communities are represented by district maps.
Wick appointed Dean’s Fellow for Digital Transformation
As the Dean’s Fellow for Digital Transformation, Brett Wick, who is also a professor of mathematics and statistics, is focused on helping to build the structural foundations that will support cutting-edge research in data science and digital innovation in Arts & Sciences.
Tang elected American Mathematical Society fellow
Xiang Tang, professor of mathematics and statistics, has been elected to the 2023 class of fellows of the American Mathematical Society.
About the Department
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is dedicated to teaching and research. Our research falls into five broad categories: Algebra & Combinatorics, Analysis, Geometry & Topology, Statistics, and Applied Mathematics. Our faculty have a deep passion for their research, which they share with one another through collaborations and with students through mentoring. Our faculty and students also engage in fruitful collaborations with the School of Engineering & Applied Science, the School of Medicine, and departments across Arts & Sciences.
We strive to make our department an exciting place both to learn and do research in mathematics and statistics. We have regular seminars and colloquia with lively participation from faculty, graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and visitors, and we seek opportunities for undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and staff to interact in productive ways.
New Major in Mathematics & Computer Science
The School of Engineering & Applied Science (SEAS) and the College of Arts & Sciences (A&S) developed a new major that efficiently captures the intersection of the complementary studies of computer science and math.Joint Major Details
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