Working one-on-one with award-winning faculty and creating unique research programs, our department's students are active, developing skills for industry and graduate school, and having fun! Our jobs are always at the top of CareerCast's list of best jobs.
Prospective students can contact Department Chair Karin Saoub to arrange to talk with faculty and current students or sit in on a class.
“Machine learning has been interesting to me recently, so I wanted to take it a step further in learning the equations and then understanding how those equations can translate into answers that could hypothetically be very useful," said Katherine Charbonneau.
Mathematics Professor Karin Saoub's fellowship positions her to work with some of the nation’s brightest minds to advise the White House on key matters that require a deep understanding of science, technology and innovation.
Any sports fan who hasn’t heard of analytics hasn’t been paying attention. Sometimes called sabermetrics, the profession entered the national consciousness in 2003 with a book by Michael Lewis called “Moneyball, The Art Of Winning An Unfair Game.”
MCSP Conversation Series
The MCSP Conversation Series features fun talks from our faculty, students, alumni and special speakers from outside the college. Join us for interesting conversations about our favorite topics!