The Department of Mathematics is committed to producing world-class research, providing high quality undergraduate, graduate and professional programs of study that attract the best students, and to attending to the mathematical needs of the University and the community.

Henry R. Monteith Building, home of the Department of Mathematics.

- Professor Russell Inducted into Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering
- Professor Badger Awarded NSF CAREER Award
- Prof. Savkar Attends White House Computer Science Education Conference
- Professor Cardetti to be Panelist at Women in Science Forum “Methods and Mastery: Mathematics Instruction in the 21st Century” at Connecticut Science Center
- Ralf Schiffler Awarded Simons Visiting Professorship
- Grand Old Man: Portrait of New Math Building’s Namesake
- Savkar and Cavanaugh received CETL Awards
- Gan and Valdez receive grant to study variable annuity portfolio valuations
- Professor Gordina awarded Simons Fellowship
- Professor Weyman wins 2015 Wacław Sierpiński Medal of the Polish Mathematical Society

PDE and Differential Geometry Seminar

Lucas Ambrozio (University of Chicago)

Monday 2:30 pm, MONT 214

Todd Campbell (University of Connecticut)

Wednesday 12:45 pm, MONT 214

Shelly Stahl (University of Connecticut)

Wednesday 5:45 pm, MONT 321

Stephen Sam (University of Wisconsin)

Thursday 4:00 pm, MONT 214

Phanuel Mariano (University of Connecticut)

Friday 12:20 pm, MONT 111

Jonas Lührmann (Johns Hopkins University)

Friday 1:30 pm, MONT 226

Kyu-Hwan Lee (University of Connecticut)

Friday 3:00 pm, Mont 214

Arthur Parzygnat (University of Connecticut)

Friday 3:30 pm, MONT 313