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  • Professor Rhonda Hatcher discusses mathematics with TCU undergraduates.

  • Professor José Carrión and TCU students construct a continuous nowhere-differentiable function.

  • Dr. Ze-Li Dou lectures on real analysis to a class of TCU math majors.

  • Professor Ken Richardson discusses differential geometry with TCU graduate students.

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Mathematics

Welcome to the TCU Department of Mathematics web page! Take some time to browse our site and learn about our distinguished faculty, our excellent undergraduate and graduate programs, and our varied research.

The September issue of the TCU Math Department newsletter is now available!

There will be an Actuarial Networking Event on Wednesday, September 19 from noon until 2 pm in TUC 139. If you are planning to attend, you must register on FrogJobs. For more information, click here. All actuarial students are strongly encouraged to attend!

Ken Richardson will conclude his lectures on “Singular Riemannian Foliations” in the Geometry and Geometric Analysis (GAGA) Seminar on Wednesday, September 19 at 3:30 pm in TUC 244.

The first meeting of the semester of the TCU Math Club will be held at 5:30 pm on Wednesday, September 19 in TUC 300. Our very own Dr. Emily Herzig will be showing how to construct a dodecahedron, and refreshments will be served. All interested students and faculty are welcome!

Ken Richardson will conclude his lectures on “Singular Riemannian Foliations” in the Geometry and Geometric Analysis (GAGA) Seminar on Wednesday, September 19 at 3:30 pm in TUC 244.

Dr. Zhizhang Xie from Texas A&M University discuss C*-Algebraic Invariants in Geometry and Topology in the Frank Stones Memorial Colloquium Series. The talk will be Friday, September 21 at 3:30 in TUC 244, with refreshments beforehand in TUC 300.

Check the TCU Math Department calendar for the latest events.