Welcome to the Department of Mathematics at Tarleton State University!
Our Mission and Purpose is to provide empowering educational opportunities that prepare students for rewarding careers as collaborative leaders in their chosen fields and contribute to the development of a mathematically literate citizenry.
Math Department News & Events
The Tarleton State University Particle Modeling Group receives national recognition
The Particle Modeling Group is led by Professor Bryant Wyatt.
Click here for the article.
Dr. Eileen Faulkenberry elected to AMTE-TX executive board
Click here for the for the story in Tarleton Media Relations
Math Day 2016
Dr. Jim Kirby, The Real Last Lecture
Click here for the program.
Click here for the list of student posters and visual displays.
Click here for the Math Day Awards
Click our Facebook page link https://www.facebook.com/tsumathematics for more pictures and information.
Tarleton Aeronautical Team Wins Third Place in NASA Competition
See the Tweets in the NASA Student Launch Website. The prize is $10,000!
Tarleton Aeronautical Team goes to NASA Competition
Click here for the news article in the J-TAC.
Click here for the Aeronautical Team's Facebook page.
Click here for the NASA Student Launch website with information about the competition. The link to NASA.TV interview of Tarleton and the AGSE from Wednesday can be found here, a must see.
Tarleton Math Faculty and Students Participate in Tarleton Day of Service April 7, 2016
The Math Department scheduled nine different service activities. Click here for the list of projects and activities.
Click here for an article in Hood County News about our Rocket Team, students, and faculty at Lakeside Baptist Academy in Granbury.
Dr. Keith Emmert launches air-powered rockets at Curtis Elementary School in Weatherford. Nearly 60 third-graders were involved in this fun activity.
For many more pictures and details, see our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/tsumathematics.
Dr. Wyatt and the Tarleton Particle Modeling Group Attend the Graphical Processing Unit Technology Conference April 4-7
This spring Dr. Wyatt has been to ICTCM and MAA conferences. Where will he and his students go next? That's right, the GPU Technology Conference in Silicon Valley. You want lunar-forming impacts? The Particle Modelers have it. You want mass transfers in binary star systems? Look no further. The GPU Tech conference has the latest information on high performance video cards used by the Modelers to do simulations.
The Tarleton Particle Modelers with Jen-Hsen Huang Co-founder, President, and CEO of NVIDIA at GTC 2016
Tarleton student William Sumpter gives a poster presentation.
Tarleton Faculty and Students Attend MAA Texas Section Meeting at Stephen F. Austin University
Eight faculty, seven graduate students, and eleven undergraduates went to Nacogdoches March 31 - April 2, 2016. There were five presentations by faculty and nine presentations by students. The presentation "N-Body Simulation of Binary Star Mass Transfer Using NVIDIA GPUs" by students Baylor Fain, Taylor Hutyra, and Edward Smith won best-in-room. For more pictures, see our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/tsumathematics.
Tarleton Aeronautical Team and Faculty Attend International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics 2016
Presentations were given by Dr. Brawner, Colby LaRue, Steve Merwin, Michael Warren, Dr. Gresham, and Dr. Wyatt. The Tarleton rocket was the hit of the conference.
Kiwanis hear from Tarleton's Aeronautical Team
Dr. Eileen Faulkenberry's presentations at the Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teachers (CAMT) are now online.
Click here for the news article.
Click here for the videos of Dr. Faulkenberry's presentations.
Dr. Jim Kirby gives Last Lecture talk "The Power of Positive Thinking, Even... No, Especially... in Mathematics"
Department Head Message
Welcome to the Department of Mathematics at Tarleton State University. I hope you will find our website helpful and informative. Our department’s main goal is to help students excel in the fields of Mathematics and Mathematics Education. We have highly qualified faculty members in different areas in pure and Applied Mathematics, Statistics, and Mathematics Education.
Whether you are taking one course as a university requirement or pursuing a degree in Mathematics, our faculty’s dedication to upholding high teaching standards will provide you with a rich, knowledge-filled experience.
We are located at the Mathematics Building. Come by and check out our facility classrooms and computer lab. If you would like further information, please feel free to call us at 254-968-9168.
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