Welcome to the University of Tennessee Department of Mathematics
The department's mission is the discovery and dissemination of pure and applied mathematics, including, but not limited to, algebra, analysis, differential geometry, mathematical ecology, numerical analysis, ordinary and partial differential equations, probability, scientific computing, and topology.
Our faculty publish numerous books and research articles and regularly present their research at major
conferences and symposia.
Many hold research grants from national agencies and several serve on editorial
boards for journals and as officers in important
mathematical and scientific organizations. We teach a complete spectrum of
mathematics courses. We offer a comprehensive
undergraduate program, a nationally recognized
honors program for undergraduates,
and several graduate programs leading to masters and doctoral degrees.
Many of our faculty have won teaching awards.
Our service to the community includes running the annual UT/Pro2Serve Math Contest
for high school students, and hosting Barrett Lectures and other conferences.
- Fall grade entry opens, Wednesday, Dec. 3. Grades must be submitted by 8 am, Tuesday, Dec. 16.
- Exams, Thursday-Thursday, Dec. 4-5, 8-11
- Math 119 & 130 Common Finals: 8-10 am, Thursday, Dec. 4
- Commencement, Saturday, Dec. 13
Winter Break, Dec. 22-27, Administrative offices closed.
New Year's Holiday, Thursday, Jan. 1, Administrative offices closed.
Wednesday, Jan. 7, Spring semester begins.
Congratulations to Professor David Anderson who has been awarded a College of Arts & Sciences Teaching Award. Congratulations to Kevin Sukanek who has been awarded the College of Arts & Sciences Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Non-tenure Track Faculty Member. Congratulations to Professor Remus Nicoara for receiving an Arts & Science Advising Award. Congratulations to Professors Vasilis Maroulas and Steve Wise on receiving the College of Arts & Sciences Convocation Research Awards.