Mathematics provides a way of thinking that plays a central role in shaping the way human beings interact with their world. Mathematics has played a central role in the development of the modern society. Mathematics continues to prove its utility with applications in a wide variety of disciplines and technologies. The Department of Mathematics at NDSU focuses on shaping undergraduate and graduate students in mathematical thinking, while providing opportunities to learn a broad range of mathematical disciplines. We are engaged in cutting-edge research that continues to advance mathematics forward. We work to engage the community through outreach activities that invite others into the world of mathematics.
For comments or questions, please contact our Department Chair Dr. Benton Duncan or call 701.231.8171.
News and Announcements
NDSU STEM Building to be renamed A. Glenn Hill Center
30 September 2016
The new name honors Professor A. Glenn Hill, a faculty member in the Department of Mathematics from 1927 to 1967.
24 May 2016
Congratulations to Liz Sattler who successfully defended her dissertation on Subfractals induced by subshifts.
12 May 2016
The Annual Spring Picnic is Thursday, May 12th at Trollwood Park.
07 May 2016
The 30th semi-annual NDSU Math-In is on Saturday, 7 May.
05 May 2016
Kevin Dilks will speak on What is a cluster algebra?