Loyola University Chicago

Mathematics and Statistics

AY 15-16

  • Datafest

    ASA Datafest Loyola Chicago

    ASA Datafest was at Loyola! This weekend-long data competition is held at top Universities across the nation and provides an opportunity for students, professors, and industry professionals to collaborate and analyze a surprise dataset. Check out pictures from the event, as well as our amazing winners!
  • Undergraduate Colloquium: Envy Free Division

    Have you ever been jealous of another person's portion of cake, of rent, of income? Something that was supposed to be evenly divided? The Undergraduate Colloquium on Monday, October 26th revealed how to solve these problems with envy-free division.
  • Careers

    Applied Statistics Career Night

    On November 4th, the Math/Stats Department hosted a career night for Applied Statistics! Check out pictures from the event and our new Career Page!
  • Math Contest

    Dr. Jordan and Dr. Tingley are sponsoring a math contest, and offering fame and fortune to the winner!
  • AMS Fall Central Section Meeting Overview

    The AMS hosted their Fall Sectional Meeting on Loyola's Lakeshore Campus, from Friday, October 2nd to Sunday, October 4th. There were hundreds of talks on a wide variety of mathematical topics and fields presented in 38 special sessions in Cuneo Hall, IES, and Mundelein.
  • Event

    Undergraduate Research in Mathematics and Statistics

    Come hear professors in Loyola’s Mathematics and Statistics Departments talk about their research, as well as about how undergraduates can get involved!
  • Undergraduate Colloquium: From CDs to Deep Space

    Why can you still play a CD even after it is scratched? How does NASA get perfect pictures from Saturn? Join us to examine how error-correcting codes are used in CD/DVD/Blu-ray recording and deep space communications. Cuneo 311: Monday, September 21st at 4:30 PM.
  • Math Club Tutoring

    Tutoring for fall 2015 will be on Mondays and Tuesdays from 7–8:30 p.m. in Flanner 007.
  • Welcome new faculty!

    The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has grown a lot in the last few years and continues to grow. This year, we welcome three new full-time faculty to the department. Join us in welcoming them to the department, next time you see them!
  • First Year Research Experience Success

    Congratulations to all of the students who have participated in the FYRE (First Year Research Experience) program! These students were taught how to perform complex statistical analysis, worked hard to gather and input data and created a professional-quality poster to present in a public symposium.
  • Math/Stat Tea welcomes new MS students

    The first Math/Stat Tea of the semester is Tuesday. Greet the new MS students who will be on hand, fresh from a grueling orientation session with Graduate Directors Rafal Goebel and Tim O'Brien.
  • Mathematics/Statistics careers rank 1, 2 & 4 in latest Best Jobs List

    For the second year in a row the Department of Mathematics and Statistics wins the Best Jobs sweepstakes.
  • Students Present Research

    This past weekend the Math & Stat Department had many of our students participating in the Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposiums. After a year of hard work to prepare, the students all did a wonderful job presenting their research.
  • Loyola Mini-Datafest Results

    Congratulations to the winners of the Loyola Datafest, Hunyong Cho and Byunghwe Ahn. Participants predicted how many people would use a city bike share program at any given moment, using 2 years worth of ridership data. Thank you to everyone who participated!
  • National Science Foundation awards major grant to Math & Stats faculty

    The Department of Mathematics & Statistics recently announced significant funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the amount of $370,000 for Drs. Emmanuel Barron, Marian Bocea, and Robert Jensen.
  • Peters Awarded NSF Grant

    Congratulations to Dr. Emily Peters who has been awarded a three-year NSF research grant titled "Subfactors, Planar Algebras, Knots, and Graphs"!