Here are some of the news and events that our students and faculty are involved in. Check back often for updates!

  • Congratulations to Dr. Selenne Bañuelos on winning the MAA's 2020 Henry L. Alder award!
  • Dr. Jesse Elliott has published a new book: "Rings, Modules, and Closure Operations."
  • The annual Fall Math Department Picnic (PDF, 144KB) will be held on Friday, November 15, 2019.
  • CI's Math and Art Departments sponsored the free-admission event: featuring the independent film 1 (PDF, 91KB) on Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 5:30pm in Del Norte 1500.
  • Dr. Bañuelos and collaborators published an article on Zika, sexual behavior, and mosquito control in Letters in Biomathematics Journal.
  • Read about Dr. Flores in the May 2019 Issue of Conejo Valley Lifestyle and the Spring 2019 Channel Magazine!
  • Drs. Bañuelos and Flores have published an article with CI students Ty Danet and Angel Ramos.
  • CSUCI's Math Department hosted the Spring 2019 SoCal-Nev Section Meeting on Saturday, April 6, 2019.
  • Dr. Bañuelos was an Invited Speaker at the Spring 2019 SoCal-Nev Section Meeting and led the Section Project NExT workshop.
  • See the interdisciplinary collaboration of Dr. Wyels and Dr. Cartwright in ESRM in the article "Fluctuating reproductive rates in Hawaii's humpback whales reflect recent climate anomalies in the North Pacific". The National Geographic wrote about their results!
  • Mayleen Cortez, Michael Petracca, David Oros, Jesseca Silva, and Christian Wagstaff are five of the six CSUCI Math students who scored in the 2018 Putnam Competition! Congratulations to them!
  • Congratulations to Dr. Cynthia Flores for being chosen as a national 2019 Emerging Scholar by "Diverse: Issues in Higher Education" 
  • Dr. Flores was invited to talk during the XIV Simposium Análisis y Física Matemática in the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo. See this short article about the meeting.
  • Dr. Jason Miller spoke to KCLU about his interdisciplinary research project with undergraduate students to assess the bat population on Santa Rosa Island. Listen to the interview!
  • Fall Student Research Showcase 2018:
    • Math student, Mayleen Cortez, received an award for her presentation on her research of a math model that studies the spread of TB and HIV.
    • ESRM student, Melvin Kim, won an award for the work he did with Dr. Miller's SURF project.
  • Dr. Bañuelos has kicked of the 2018 Lathisms calendar! Read her bio and see contributions from Latinx mathematicians for Hispanic Heritage Month.
  • Dr. Kryshchenko has received a grant to research the way pharmaceutical products can be repackaged.
  • Dr. Cynthia Flores and colleagues in Chemistry, Drs. Awad and Gillespie have been awarded a $191k grant through the NSF. The AGEP Alliance.
  • CSUCI Math Students received awards at the 2018 Spring MAA Sectional Meeting.
  • Dr. Cythia Flores has been selected as the 2018 Business & Technology PartnershipFaculty Leader of the Year! She received her award at the B&TP Leadership Dinner on April 26, 2018.
  • Dr. Cynthia Flores will give a plenary address titled "From Sonia Kovalevsky to PDE's in waves and animation" at Fresno State's Sonia Kovalevsky Mathematics Day, March 3, 2018.
  • Dr. Cynthia Wyles was awarded the 2017 SACNAS Distinguished Mentor Award at the 2017 National SACNAS conference, October 2018.
  • Dr. Bañuelos will be giving two talks at SIAM in Boston July 11-12, 2016: “A Mathematical Model of the Effects of Temperature on Human Sleep Patterns”, and “A Structured Two-Stage Population Model with Migration”.
  • Drs. Bañuelos and Flores will be completing their Project NExT fellowship this summer at MathFest 2016.
  • Drs. Bañuelos and Flores have been awarded a Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics (CURM) Mini-grant to work with a group of students on a research project during the 2016-2017 Academic Year.
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