Loyola University Chicago

Mathematics and Statistics

AY 18-19

  • Math and Literature Contest 2018

    The Department of Mathematics & Statistics is welcoming submissions for its Math and Literature essay contest. The deadline is November 5, 2018. Click to learn more about the contest.
  • Knitting and Math

    The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is hosting an event for the Math/Stat community on November 8: Knitting and Math. All students and faculty are welcome to attend.
  • Are you interested in participating in math research?

    Last summer, six students spent their break conducting research alongside professors. Click to read more about their experiences, and how you could set yourself up for similar opportunities.
  • Karen Uhlenbeck Is First Woman to Win Abel Prize for Mathematics

    (The New York Times, 3/19/2019) For the first time, one of the top prizes in mathematics has been given to a woman.On Tuesday, the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters announced it has awarded this year’s Abel Prize — an award modeled on the Nobel Prizes — to Karen Uhlenbeck, an emeritus professor at the University of Texas at Austin. The award cites “the fundamental impact of her work on analysis, geometry and mathematical physics.” Click to learn more about this award.
  • Graduate Interdisciplinary Research Symposium

    On Saturday, March 23rd, the 12th Annual Graduate School Interdisciplinary Research Symposium five students in Applied Statistics displayed their research posters, two students in Mathematics presented their papers, and Applied Statistics student, Cuong Pham, won an award for "Best Quantitative Paper Presentation Award." Click to see some photos from their exciting weekend!
  • You're invited! Weekend of Excellence (April 11-14, 2019)

    Join us for Loyola University Chicago's 9th Annual Weekend of Excellence on April 11-14, 2019. This is a campus wide celebration of student achievement. The weekend's events include research symposiums, awards ceremonies, and student performances. More than 1,000 students across all colleges are participating, including more than 30 of our majors and minors! Click to learn more.
  • Valuing Mathematical Humanity in Classrooms Using Mathematical Beliefs

    Milos Savic from the University of Oklahoma is visiting Loyola next week on Monday and Tuesday. He will be giving a talk on Tuesday afternoon from 3:00-3:50pm, on the role of creative failure in mathematics, in Cuneo 109. Click to learn more about this talk.
  • Congratulations to 2019 Graduates!

    At the close of the academic year, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics wishes to recognize all of our students' outstanding achievements, especially our graduates. Take a look at our graduates achievements.
  • Algebra, Geometry and Combinatorics Day

    On Saturday May 25, the Loyola Math Department will be hosting the 17th Midwest algebra, geometry and combinatorics day. Speakers include Jennifer Morse (University of Virginia), Anna Weigandt (University of Michigan), Nate Harman (University of Chicago) and Hugh Thomas (Universite du Quebec a Montreal). Click to learn more about the conference.
  • Welcome New Faculty!

    The Department of Mathematics & Statistics has some new additions this semester. Click to learn more about our new faculty members and where they come from.
  • Rataj Lecture: Political Geometry by Bridget Tenner

    Our next Rataj Lecture, on Wednesday October 24, will be both excellent, timely, and accessible to anyone who has taken or is taking calculus -- all geometry will be discrete. Click to learn more about the lecture.
  • IL-MO Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conference 2018

    Organized jointly by Southeast Missouri State University and Southern Illinois University. This year it will be held on the Campus of SIU at Carbondale, Neckers Building, Young Auditorium, Neckers 440 on Saturday, 27 Oct 2018. Click to learn more about the conference.