Record Number of Math Majors
For the first time in BC history, there are over 300 math majors at Boston College. As of November 5, there were 304 students studying to receive a B.A. or B.S. in Mathematics. In Fall 2000 there were 135.
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Prof. Tao Li Lectures at the ICM
Congratulations to Professor Tao Li, who gave an invited address on Heegaard splittings of 3-manifolds at the 2014 International Congress of Mathematicians in Seoul, South Korea.
Prof. Eli Grigsby Receives AWM Birman Research Prize
Professor Eli Grigsby has been selected as the winner of the first AWM Birman Research Prize in Topology and Geometry!
The department of mathematics at Boston College has 253 undergraduate majors. Meet seven of them.
View slideshow of undergraduate students
Meet five members of the department's inaugural class of Ph.D. candidates.
View slideshow of graduate students
Visit our Math Advising site
A math major is the path to a wide range of exciting careers. Wondering what mathematicians do? Look at www.ams.org and mathalumninetwork. If you want to be a math major, please email Prof. Bill Keane, Asst. Chair for Undergraduates, for an advising appointment.
BCMS Block Party
Spring Registration Information
11:30 - 1:15 PM, Carney 309
Get ready for spring semester registration. Pizza, soda and information about next semester's courses will be in ample supply.
Dan Wolf '82 believes the mathematics department at Boston College instilled in him a love of learning. "The professors at Boston College shared their deep passion for math and how it could be used to solve problems."
Karen Golden Russell '91 uses the rigorous and quantitative thought processes she learned as a math major "on a daily basis to bring order to the business world."