Department News

Colloquium: March 1

How can we tell if the needle is moving? Measuring change in college mathematics teaching. Sandra Laursen, University of Colorado Boulder. 12:00pm via Zoom.

Collagen: A Cosmetic Obsession - Fellows Colloquium

Join us on 3/5 as Dr. Kasha Slowinska discusses the explore the versatility of collagen and its potential benefits. Zoom event. Registration required.

Department Wins 1st Place in CSULB Spooktacular Costume Contest

Mathematics and Statistics Department staff win 1st place in the 2023 Group Costume CSULB Spooktacular event! Their theme was "The Nightmare Before Christmas."

CSULB Physicists Blow Up Molecules and the Mathematicians Pick Up the Pieces

We generally understand molecules and how they interact with each other, but with new materials being developed out of molecules with more complex interactions, there's still a lot left to learn. That's where Professor Alex Klotz in Physics and Professor Ryan Blair in Math come in.

Data Day 2023

The first annual Data Day at the Beach was held on April 22, 2023, at CSU Long Beach! Participants attended a panel with data science industry professionals and engaged in hands-on data-related activities in the computer lab.

Math Day at the Beach 2023

On March 11, 2023, the 22nd Math Day at the Beach event was hosted on the California State University, Long Beach campus. Math Day at the Beach is a problem-solving festival for Southern California high school students who want to have fun with mathematics and enjoy a day of camaraderie with university mathematics students and professors.

Math Day at the Beach 2022 Winners

On March 12, 2022, Math Day at the Beach was hosted on the CSU Long Beach campus after a 2-year hiatus. The event is a problem-solving festival for SoCal high school students who want to have fun with math and enjoy a day of camaraderie with university math students and professors.

A Winning Formula

Dr. Kagba Suaray, a professor in the Mathematics and Statistics Department at CSULB, is at the helm of national movement to get Black kids excited about math.

Bang the Drum - Geometric Analysis in Higher Dimensions

Dr. Lihan Wang, assistant professor of mathematics at CSULB, uses geometric analysis involving differential equations and geometry in her research examining unique shapes and how we interact with the universe around us.