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The College of Sciences and Mathematics

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Deborah A. Pace, Chair

Math 302
Phone: (936) 468-3805
Fax: (936) 468-1669

W.D. Clark, Graduate Coordinator
Math 314

Objectives of the Department

The purpose of the graduate program is to provide an engaging and relevant curriculum in mathematics, statistics and mathematics education that prepares students for careers in academia, industry, or teaching, or for further graduate study.

Graduate Faculty
  • Lesa Beverly, Ph.D., Virginia Tech, Applied Mathematics and Mathematics Education
  • Kimberly M. Childs, Ph.D., Texas A&M University, Mathematics Education
  • William Dean Clark, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, Analysis and Mathematics Education
  • Roy Joe Harris, Ph.D., Texas A&M University, Complex Analysis
  • Gregory K. Miller, Ph.D., Southern Methodist University, Applied Probability
  • Deborah A. Pace, Ph.D., University of Texas at Arlington, Differential Equations and Mathematics Education
Associate Professors
  • Brian Beavers, Ph.D., Louisiana State University, Discrete Mathematics
  • Jeremy Becnel, Ph.D., Louisiana State University, Functional Analysis
  • Keith E. Hubbard, Ph.D., University of Notre Dame, Algebra
  • Thomas W. Judson, Ph.D., University of Oregon, Lie Algebras and Mathematics Education
  • Clint Richardson, Ph.D., Texas Tech University, Complex Analysis
  • Kent Riggs, Ph.D., Baylor University, Statistics
  • Pamela D. Roberson, Ph.D., University of Houston, Topology
Assistant Professors
  • Lynn Greenleaf, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, Applied Mathematics
  • Robert K. Henderson, Ph.D., Southern Methodist University, Statistics
  • Kalanka Jayalath, Ph.D., Southern Methodist University, Statistics
  • Jane H. Long, Ph.D., University of Maryland, Algebraic Topology
  • Nicholas Long, Ph.D., University of Maryland, Dynamical Systems