Associate Professor of Mathematics Sunil Chebolu has unraveled some secrets on a problem that has been plaguing mathematicians for more than 50 years.
Michael Paradiso, an Illinois State University actuarial science student, has been identified as one of the top actuarial science students in the world by the Actuarial Foundation.
Take a peek at ISU’s National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) site, led by Saad El-Zanati.
The weeklong academy allows high school students from the Chicago Public Schools to learn about mathematics, and a bit about themselves in the process.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Minority High School Scholars Actuarial Academy (MHSSAA), the oldest continuous academy in the nation to introduce the actuarial profession to mathematically talented high school students from underrepresented groups.
Now 15, Annabelle Shaffer has taken six classes and is planning to return for more in the fall 2015 semester. She’s earned straight A’s and made the Dean’s List in the spring 2015 semester.
Along with an international journal and hosting the largest biomathematics conference in the nation, Illinois State is spearheading a quickly growing consortium of universities dedicated to advancing the science of biomath.
If you’ve thought about becoming a math major or wondered what career opportunities are available to math majors, please come and join us.
Mathematics professor Olcay Akman has been awarded the 2014 Distinguished Teaching Award by the Illinois Section of the Mathematical Association of America.
Illinois State’s actuarial science program has a national reputation. But it’s the on-campus support system that impresses junior Mike Paradiso the most.