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Students wanting to add a math major or switch to a math major can do so between February 15 and March 31, during First Summer Session, or between October 1 and the day before Thanksgiving break.

Credit by Exam Info for Fall 2014

Advising Information - New Courses

The Putnam Mathematical Competition with be held 10:00am - 1:00pm and 3:00pm - 6:00pm on Saturday, December 6.

Force-Add information for Spring 2015

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Featured Research

William Floyd - A finite subdivision rule essentially consists of a finite number of polygons, called tile types, together with rules for subdividing each tile type into polygons labelled by tile types. Since the subdivision of each tile type is into tiles that can be identified with tile types, one can recursively subdivide any complex made up out of tile types. My coworkers and I have studied them for years as part of our research program in low-dimensional topology and geometry.

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