Dr. Jeremy Rouse teaches his Multivariate Calculus class outdoors on Manchester Plaza.
Dr. Jason Parsley teaches his differential geometry class.
Dr. Sarah Raynor works with a student on a research project modeling traffic flow on highways.
Dr. Jason Parsely teaches his freshman seminar on the mathematics of elections,
Dr. Steve Robinson works with a student on a summer research project.
Professor Jason Parsley spent the summer working with a student to model voting patterns.
Dr. Raynor talks with students at the MAA meeting.
Wake Forest math professor Steve Robinson works with sophomore Yilin (David) Yang on a problem involving nonlinear oscillations, in a seminar room in Manchester Hall on Wednesday, June 15, 2011. Yang is a Summer Research Fellow in mathematics.
Research Day Poster Presentation
Students from both our undergraduate and graduate programs have successfully entered many different professional and academic programs and careers. While some have transitioned directly into mathematical Ph.D. programs, others have taken jobs in business (consulting and actuarial), education (both college and secondary education), industry (analysts and various computing activities), or government agencies (National Security Agency). Still others have entered professional programs in medicine, business and law or graduate programs in statistics, biostatistics, or operations research.