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Say No to Thanksgiving Weight Gain

Watch the November 18 seminar presentation

Assistant Professor of Physics

Priority will be given to a candidate with a strong background in experiment, observation, or instrumentation in the fields of gravitational physics or astronomy.

Red Hawk Math Learning Center Director

The University seeks a Director for the RHMLC to continue to advance the mission of the Center, continually improve on course materials, and provide leadership and supervision to its staff.

PhD in Mathematics Education

Mathematics Education Ed.D program now a Ph.D. program

Gravitational-wave group organizes outreach event at amateur astronomy exhibition

Physics students and faculty participated in an educational outreach event at NEAF

from left: Albert Jarvis, Hanon Zatloff and Brian Giraldo holding their Quiz Bowl trophy

Physics Club wins Quiz Bowl

Physics, Chemistry and Biology Clubs competed in the 2nd Annual Quiz Bowl on April 1

Blake Moore and Goran Dojcinoski presented their work on gravitational waves at the April American Physical Society meeting in Baltimore.

Physics students and faculty present results at APS Meeting

Members of Montclair’s gravitational-wave research group discussed their results at the April 2015 meeting of the American Physical Society in Baltimore.

MSU Westerdahl Fellowships for Doctoral Studies in Mathematics Education

The Fellowship provides full tuition and a stipend of $25,000 per year, renewable for up to four years.

Students awarded at Garden State Undergraduate Mathematics Conference

Montclair State University Department of Mathematical Sciences students win awards for their research at the NSF and MAA funded 12th Annual Garden State Undergraduate Mathematics Conference

Using mathematics to predict who will lose weight

Data used from the Preventing Obesity Using Novel Dietary Strategies (POUNDS) Lost study.