Over the last decade, the Department of Mathematics at the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics has created accessible, innovative programs that stay abreast of rapidly evolving fields.
“We want people to walk in and know it’s a science building – see people and ideas colliding, feel a sense of energy!” says Marie Johnson, dean of the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics.
A study by a team of Cal State Fullerton student mathematicians revealed that the rate of spread of COVID-19 is significantly slower in the more prosperous counties across the United States, while the coronavirus spreads much faster in counties with lower average income.
Cal State Fullerton alumnus Nick Demos designs and tests new mirror materials for LIGO gravitational-wave detection at MIT.
Academic research was halted across the U.S. during COVID-19 shutdowns. Cal State Fullerton’s unique plan ensured essential research and fieldwork could continue safely.
McCarthy Hall’s second-floor modernization is an opportunity to showcase research and encourage philanthropic support for scientific and mathematical endeavors.