Mathematics Research

Mathematics is active in mathematical research at all levels. Our faculty includes active researchers in analysis, combinatorics, differential equations, graph theory, mathematical biology, mathematical logic, numerical analysis, statistics, topology, and other fields.

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Mathematics is dedicated to fostering student research at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Mathematics undergraduate majors take the Senior Seminar course, which usually involves a research project. Mathematics graduate students have the option of writing a research Thesis as part of their program of study. Marshall also has an REU in computational science and an undergraduate research program in mathematical biology.

Learn more about Undergraduate Senior Seminars

Learn more about Graduate Research and Theses

Mathematics also harbors the only public Differential Analyzer in the United States. This analog computer for solving differential equations is used for research and pedagogical purposes.

Learn more about the Differential Analyzer Laboratory


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Department of Mathematics & Physics

Office: Smith Hall 523

Office Hours: Mon – Fri, 8:00am – 4:30pm


Phone: 304-696-6482

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