Beginning Spring 2014, the Department is located in the Vadalabene Center, Room 1036.
Welcome to the Department of Mathematics and Statistics! We are a part of the College of Arts and Sciences. Our Department consists of 20 permanent faculty members who are involved in internationally recognized research in several areas of pure and applied mathematics, statistics, and operations research; several are involved in interdisciplinary collaboration ranging from biology and medicine to engineering and even to music. The faculty have been supported in their research by the National Science Foundation, Fulbright Foundation, National Security Agency, and other organizations, in addition to internal grants. Our faculty enjoys national and international recognition. They serve on editorial boards of leading scientific journals and on professional panels, and they organize and participate in national and international conferences.
Our department has a tradition of excellence in teaching, both in the classroom with professors and students working together on research problems. Graduate students have the opportunity to participate in the department's teaching mission while being mentored by award-winning professors.
Our undergraduate and graduate programs prepare students for a wide range of professions that utilize mathematics. Our students have been employed in private, federal, state, and academic institutions. If you desire more information than what is available on these pages, you are encouraged to contact program directors or any faculty member directly.
The administrative office of the Department is located in Room 1036 of the Vadalabene Center; tel.: (618) 650-2382. Normal hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, while school is in session.
Questions should be directed to Angela K. Marvin (618-650-2382), Office Support Associate for the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
Questions may also be directed to
Dr. Adam G. Weyhaupt, Chair
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
College of Arts and Sciences
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Edwardsville, Illinois 62026
Phone: (618) 650-2385; Fax: (618) 650-3771
Luke Settles - Senior Project Presentation
"Adjoint Sensitivity Analysis and Optimal Control"
17 Apr 2015 (F), 1:00 PM, VC 1027
Benjamin Schulte - Master's Thesis Defense
"A Foundation for the 3D-Discrete Wavelet Transform"
20 Apr 2015 (M), 4:30 PM, VC 2004
Alexander Weygandt - Senior Project Presentation
"Isometries Between Real Normed Spaces"
21 Apr 2015 (T), 1:00 PM, VC 1027
Bo Nosbisch - Senior Project Presentation
"Aggregate Loss Models"
21 Apr 2015 (T), 2:30 PM, VC 1027
Jeffrey Wilson - Senior Project Presentation
"Goodness-of-Fit Testing with Applications in Reliability and Survival Analysis"
22 Apr 2015 (W), 3:00 PM, VC 1027
Christopher Glynn - Master's Thesis Defense
"A Summary of Meta Analysis Models"
28 Apr 2015 (T), 10:00 AM, VC 1027
Thomas Teague - Senior Project Presentation
"Network Generation and Degree Distribution"
30 Apr 2015 (R), 11:00 AM, VC 1027