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Students from Cal Poly and Da Vinci High School in Hawthorne, California

Mathematics Gets Out and About

Faculty and students engaged the world in mathematics during the last year. From mentoring high school students building robots to speaking at national conferences, Cal Poly mathematicians made a difference.

Casey Kelleher

Alumna Appointed Princeton Post-Doctoral Fellow

Alumna Kasey Kelleher (B.S., M.S., ’12) has been chosen for the prestigious postdoctoral fellow program at Princeton University, and it all started right here at Cal Poly.

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Morgan Sherman with Jason Chew and Aron Daw

Students Learn by Doing Summer Research

What do unitary invariants, nonlinear internal waves, and the Kähler-Ricci Flow have in common? Student researchers investigated all these topics and more during the 2016 summer research program.

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Letter from the Chair

Dr. Borzellino

New facilities, new faculty, a successful program review process — it's been a busy year in the Mathematics Department. Read Joe Borzellino's take on all the news, including 1,800 square feet of math collaboration space in a planned new student-faculty research building.

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Thank You to Our Generous Donors

Private support enables the Mathematics department to continue to provide exceptional Learn by Doing opportunities for today’s students. Thank you to all the individuals, corporations, foundations and organizations who donated to the department. 

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Putnam Exam and Mathematical Contest in Modeling Results

The top Putnam team placed 70th out of 568 teams, while one modeling team took home a Meritorious Winner award.

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Student Awards and Scholarships

As always, an impressive group of math majors gathered with faculty, staff and friends for the annual department awards ceremony.

 

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Faculty Publications, Grants and Awards

Linear algebra, combinatronics and fractals are just a few of the topics mathematics addressed in faculty publications this year.

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