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Teaching and Learning of Fluid Mechanics Edited by Ashwin Vaidya

Dr. Ashwin Vaidya publishes new book

A new book titled “Teaching and Learning of Fluid Mechanics” was recently published by MDPI and was edited by Dr. Ashwin Vaidya, Chairperson and Associate Professor of the Mathematics Department.

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Student-Professor Duo Solves “Hanging Cable” Problem

Mathematics student Neil Chatterjee and Mathematics professor Dr. Bogdan Nita recently teamed up on a YouTube video, discussing their solution to the “hanging cable” problem.

Homomorphisms into Loop-Threshold Graphs by Jonathan Cutler and Nicholas Kass

Professor and Former Student Publish Combinatorics Paper

Dr. Cutler and former MSU mathematics undergrad Nick Kass recently published a paper on combinatorics.

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MSU Math Grad Starts Ph.D. Journey

Joseph Pateras will begin working towards his Ph.D. in Computer Science this fall at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA

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MSU Graduate Student Participates in Prestigious Research Opportunity

Cheyenne Petzold graduated from Montclair State University in May 2020 as an undergraduate math major, and is continuing in the MS program.

BS in Mathematics Alum Nominated for Educator of the Year

Azizah Hamdeh ’18 was recently nominated as one of Passaic High School’s Governor’s Educators of the Year!

Ramsey Theory

Faculty and Student Researchers submit paper on Ramsey Theory

Dr. Deepak Bal and Math BS/MS student, Ely Schudrich recently submitted a paper on the resiliency of networks under a certain type of attack.

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Department establishes pledge in response to equity initiatives

On June 10, 2020, members of the global academic and STEM communities took some time to reflect, educate themselves, and suggest actions to eradicate anti-Black racism in academia and STEM.

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Mathematics Education PhD Welcomes New Students

The math education doctoral students and faculty welcomed two new students to the group

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The Department of Mathematics Hosts Virtual Graduation Ceremony

The ceremony celebrated the achievements of our undergraduate, masters, and doctoral program graduates.

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Virtual museum of mathematics opens

The exhibit is part of a Festival of Mathematics at Montclair State

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MSU Graduate Earns Prestigious Teaching Award

Matthew J. Liso ’18, was one of 10 US educators recently honored by the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth for excellence in teaching students with advanced academic abilities.