Welcome to the Department of Mathematics and
Physics at the University of New Haven for Fall Semester 2017.

Our goal is to assure that the Department is a driving force in
the mathematical sciences, and that it is a
resource to the University of New Haven in
education.
These goals define us, and let us stand out from so many other places to
work or study. These pages extend our reach to broadly engage our community
in the mathematical sciences.

The Department of Mathematics and Physics provides a
wide range of courses covering all aspects of math and physics education
from the introductory to the advanced undergraduate and introductory
graduate level. The Department offers BA and BS options for
degrees in mathematics and
also offers minors in Mathematics and in Physics.

The Department is part of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) and
consists
of 13 full time faculty, and 24 adjunct faculty and tutors.
In addition, the Department operates a dual quad Xeon server for
faculty and students as a computational resource.

**07/04**
We welcome Dr. Ryan Tully-Doyle to the faculty in the Department of Math
and Physics.

**07/02**
The All Girls Math Academy of 2017 ran from June 26 to July 1 with a record
of 18 participants. It was led by Yevgeniya Rivers and Yasanthi Kottegoda
with the invaluable assistance from recent UNH Math grad Cassandra Pray and
4th year Math Major Angela Mastropietro. Most participants came from New
Haven and West Haven public schools. The math curriculum included graph
theory, inductive and deductive reasoning and cryptography. Activities
included a boisterous cryptography scavenger hunt, a visit to the Museum of
Math in NYC, an original coding project in Scratch, Python or JavaScript,
daily groupwork and individual presentations. The academy featured 4 guest
speakers in a variety of industries that depend on math, computer science or
both and culminated in a discussion of careers for mathematicians, project
presentations and a celebration with the girls' family members.

**06/13** Please note that theere are new regulations
governing students who seek to place out our thier core math
classes. This topic is fulled discussed at
Math Placement.
Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

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For faculty advisors and students seeking advise on developmental
math courses, we provide an
online summary to help
fully understand the curriculum.
Please update your advising knowledge of these changes.