Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences

The IUP Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences gives students the tools necessary to organize and analyze data while also providing the theoretical background of the topics that will help students better understand them.

The department offers classes in a friendly and supportive environment that will both challenge and engage students who have an interest in the fields of mathematics and/or computer science.

The valuable skills learned in the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences will translate well to the working world, as graduates have the ability to work in myriad of occupations in both the public and private sector, including engineering, economics, information technology, and education.

Students will also gain the knowledge and information background to help them continue on in graduate school, toward master’s and doctoral degrees.

News

Colen Tapped for Mathematics Curriculum Quality Lead for Praxis Prep Course

Yong Colen served as the Mathematics Curriculum Quality Control Lead for Public Consulting Group and Educational Testing Service, overseeing the quality of the Praxis preparation course to improve prospective teachers’ knowledge of mathematics.

Dr. Sumanth Swaminathan to Give Two Applied Mathematics Lectures

Dr. Sumanth Swaminathan will be giving two lectures as part of the SIAM Visiting Lecture Series on Friday, April 22.

S-COAM Program to Give 3D Printing Workshops

The S-COAM Program will give two 3D printing workshops on October 13 and 27 in Stright Hall, room 220, from 6:30-8:00PM.

Math Club Sets Meetings for Fall 2021

The IUP Math Club will meet on every other Friday during the Common Hour (11:30-12:30) in Stright Hall room 202 for the remainder of the Fall, 2021 semester.

Colen Publishes Article on Standard Multiplication Algorithm

Yong S. Colen published “Where’s the Procedural Fluency?: U.S. Fifth Graders’ Demonstration of the Standard Multiplication Algorithm” in the Journal of the Korean Society of Mathematical Education, Series D: Research in Mathematical Education.

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