Thanks for stopping by the Mathematics Subject Guide. This guide contains both CSUEB Libraries' restricted resources as well as publicly accessible ones.
Find Books: Search for books in CSU's library catalog or in the LINK+ catalog. You will also find links for ebook collections.
Find Articles: Directs you to the various databases and websites to locate online journal articles.
Find Math Websites: Links to various mathematical websites.
Wolfram/Mathematica: Instructions for downloading and using Mathematica and Wolfram Alpha Pro.
History of Math: Specialized resources for gathering information on the history of mathematics.
Equity & Justice Resources: Equity, diversity, inclusion, and justice is a critical component of understanding mathematics.
Calculus: Specialized resources for calculus-related information.
If you have any questions regarding how to use or how to find a particular resource, feel free to contact me.
Mark your calendars! The 4th OURFA2M2 Conference will be held on November 18-19, 2023.
Please share our flier with your school, organization, students, friends, enemies, family, pets, or anyone else you think might be interested! This flier is not year specific, so you can put it on your website, put it on your office door, put it on your department bulletin board, all without worrying about it becoming out of date. PDF HERE
Students interview women who use math or statistics in their career and share their experiences/stories in an essay
Open to middle school, high school, and undergraduate students
The deadline is February 1, 2024. Submissions will open on December 1, 2023, but of course you can conduct your interview and write your essay before that
please contact me at email@example.com with any questions you have!
A free online mentoring program for undergraduates interested in pursuing a research-based graduate degree in math
Grad students and undergrads are paired together to work on a reading course based on their shared interests
Application deadline (for mentees and mentors): January 20, 2024
Summer research program targeting U.S. students from groups underrepresented in applied mathematics and computational mathematics in the U.S., specifically ethnic minorities
Students accepted to the program will receive a weekly stipend, and expenses for lodging, meals, and travel would also be covered
Only US citizen, currently-enrolled undergraduate is eligible to apply
The application for summer 2024 will open in December 2023.
January 3rd - January 6th, 2024 in San Francisco, CA at the Moscone Center
Considered the largest mathematics gathering in the world, the JMM partners with several math organizations, including the American Mathematical Society (AMS) and the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM), to give mathematicians opportunities to promote their research.
Conference Schedule: schedule link
Registration and costs will be available by August 21st, 2023, with opportunities for travel funds available soon after.
Check to see if your CSUEB professor will be going! [I will be there part of the time -Jeffra :) ]
“Our semester based programs are an excellent option for STEM focused students to have a study abroad experience without putting their academic goals for the semester on hold.”
Students can choose from the following courses in Mathematics:
Algebra and its Applications
Modeling with Linear Algebra
Tools for Modeling Dynamics
Discrete Probability and Statistics
Modeling with Differential Geometry
Functions of a Complex Variable
*We also offer an independent study course for students (when possible and appropriate).
Electives are available in all levels of Spanish and Mexico Culture and History as well. The MSSG also organizes a cultural calendar throughout the semester. Together these educational opportunities provide the students with a well-rounded academic experience while here in Guanajuato.
The next program, the J-TERM, runs from January 1st through January 20th, 2024
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