Drs. Les Reid, Steven Senger, Xingping Sun and Jorge Rebaza, all mathematics faculty members at Missouri State University, were recently awarded a grant for more than $290,000 from the National Science Foundation for their Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. The grant, which will fund the program for the next three years, will provide meal […]
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Missouri State’s College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CNAS) will host a free public lecture at 7:30 p.m. March 15 in Temple Hall, Room 002. The lecture, presented by Senger, will discuss abstract mathematics and its relevancy to everyday life.
Dr. Jorge Rebaza researches the predictability of the spread of waterborne diseases. How? Through mathematics.
Research is essential in the field of science, so each year the College of Natural and Applied Sciences recognizes exemplary work by its faculty, students and staff .
Several Missouri State University faculty recently received major grants and awards.
Missouri State University’s mathematics department received a $36,000 grant from the Missouri Department of Education for ITQG Student Support. This grant comes from collaboration with the University of Missouri in Columbia.
The faculty in the College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CNAS) were recently awarded for their work.
The mathematics department at Missouri State University offers summer research opportunities in the fields of algebra, analysis, combinatorics, differential equations and numerical analysis to help talented undergraduate students realize their potential for research. Recently, the Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Mathematics program was awarded a grant for $103,317 from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Drs. Yungchen Cheng and Les Reid, professors of mathematics at Missouri State University, received an award of $1,100 from the Mathematical Association of America for the 2013 MAKO Undergraduate Research Conference.
Three faculty in the Missouri State University department of mathematics received a renewed grant of $99,367 from the National Science Foundation for a project supporting summer research opportunities for mathematics students.