Welcome to the Department of Mathematics at Tarleton State University!
Our Mission and Purpose is to provide empowering educational opportunities that prepare students for rewarding careers as collaborative leaders in their chosen fields and contribute to the development of a mathematically literate citizenry.
Math Department News & Events
Math Department Faculty and Students attend Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
The meeting this year was held in San Antonio, April 05, 2017 - April 08, 2017. Here's a picture of Dr. Eileen Faulkenberry, Dr. Pam Littleton, and students with Professor Rudy Horne of Morehouse University. Dr. Horne served as math consultant for the movie "Hidden Figures."
Click here for the NCTM website.
Tarleton Math Faculty and Students Participate in Tarleton Day of Service April 6, 2017
Tarleton faculty and students went to Chamberlin Elementary School in Stephenville, to Lakeside Baptist Academy in Granbury, and to Curtis Elementary School in Weatherford on Service Day 2017. Students there were engaged in STEM learning activities. Pictured here (from Hood County News) are students at Lakeside watching bottle rockets being launched, a real crowd-pleaser.
Math Department Faculty and Students Represent Tarleton at MAA-Texas Section Meeting
The Mathematical Association of America Texas Section meeting was held from March 30th through April 1st on the campus of Texas A&M University - Commerce. Here's the numbers:
29 - number of students and faculty attending, the largest group from any single institution this year
17 - number of presentations by Tarleton students and faculty out of a total of 81 talks. Also the largest number.
10 - number of undergraduates competing in the the state-wide Calculus Bowl. One of our teams made it to the final round.
Click here for the link to the meeting website.
Forty-seven students compete in annual Tarleton Calculus Bowl
The 2017 Tarleton Calculus Bowl was held on Saturday, March 25, 2017. There were twelve teams, with 47 students altogether. Congratulations to
1st place - Kassie Marble, Peter Hayes, JT Florence
2nd place - Jeffrey Nwidobid, Jack Erspamer, Jace Willis
On Thursday, March 31, these students will be representing Tarleton in the Texas Calculus Bowl competition held as part of the Mathematical Association of America Texas Section meeting at Texas A&M Commerce.
Dr. Bryant Wyatt, Dr. Peter White, and Dr. John Gresham attend ICTCM 2017
The International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics was held in Chicago this year, March 9-12, 2017. Dr. Wyatt, Dr. White, and Dr. Gresham gave presentations.
Click here for the conference web site and program.
Dr. Gresham, Dr. White, Dr. Wyatt pictured (left-to-right)
Dr. Kathy Smith elected to national mathematics committee
Click here for the news article.
Dr. Robert Muth Receives Prestigious Postdoctoral Fellowship
Dr. Robert Muth has received a Uhlenbeck Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Group Representation Theory and Applications program from the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) in Berkeley, California. Dr. Muth will be representing Tarleton and working with the foremost experts in the field of group theory during his time at MSRI. Here is a link to the MSRI web site.
Click here for the article in Tarleton Media Relations.
Tarleton represented at The Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators in Texas 2016 annual conference
Eileen Faulkenberry, Kathy Smith, Trace Bowen (Waco Campus), and Jimmie Rios (Fort Worth campus)
Click here for the article.
The Tarleton State University Particle Modeling Group receives national recognition
The Particle Modeling Group is led by Professor Bryant Wyatt.
Click here for the article.
Dr. Eileen Faulkenberry elected to AMTE-TX executive board
Click here for the for the story in Tarleton Media Relations
Math Day 2016
Dr. Jim Kirby, The Real Last Lecture
Click here for the program.
Click here for the list of student posters and visual displays.
Click here for the Math Day Awards
For many more pictures, news, and details, see our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/tsumathematics.
Department Head Message
Welcome to the Department of Mathematics at Tarleton State University. I hope you will find our website helpful and informative. Our department’s main goal is to help students excel in the fields of Mathematics and Mathematics Education. We have highly qualified faculty members in different areas in pure and Applied Mathematics, Statistics, and Mathematics Education.
Whether you are taking one course as a university requirement or pursuing a degree in Mathematics, our faculty’s dedication to upholding high teaching standards will provide you with a rich, knowledge-filled experience.
We are located at the Mathematics Building. Come by and check out our facility classrooms and computer lab. If you would like further information, please feel free to call us at 254-968-9168.
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