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Undergraduate Research is an important requirement for the Bachelor
of Science in Mathematics degree. Most students complete their research
under the direction of Seattle University mathematics faculty. However,
students can choose to do an off-campus Research Experience for
Undergraduates sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Below is a
partial list of SU faculty advisors along with the students they have
directed and the titles of their undergraduate research projects. Click here to learn more about undergraduate research opportunities in Mathematics.
The Mathematics Department provides activities and information for any student of mathematics, from those taking a single course, to those majoring in the discipline. Here, you'll find everything ranging from the fun, for example the Math Club, to the scholastic, such as Bannan Scholarships, to the professional: Alumni Connections. The Math Club is composed of students and professors and open to all. Its activities include movies and pizza, hikes, and ping-pong, to name a few. New members and inquiries are always welcome! Bannan Scholarships and various awards are available to eligible majors in the College of Science and Engineering. Students are encouraged to learn more and apply, if eligible. For graduating seniors, students seeking out internships, or those investigating career choices, our Alumni Connections can prove invaluable. They include engineers and managers, as well as graduate students around the country.
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