Research & Grants

Department of Mathematics & Statistics

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Departmental Research Activity

Faculty and students in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics are involved in a variety of research projects, from robotics to modeling to scientific computation. If you are interested in pursuing a research project at either the undergraduate or graduate level, please see the Math Faculty Directory to view each faculty member's specific areas of research interest. Develop your own research project, or align your research with that of a faculty member.

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TAMUCC School Mathematics Project

The TAMUCC School Mathematics Project brings mathematics education faculty together with teachers, students, and community stakeholders to share meaningful experiences in mathematics. Recent state and federal grants have supported dozens of local mathematics teachers in teacher-led reform projects and graduate mathematics education courses.


Office for Information Assurance, Statistics, and Quality Control (OIASQC)

The Office for Information Assurance, Statistics, and Quality Control is a comprehensive office of university experts working together with community leaders to meet the ever-increasing demands for secured information environments and improved quality of education, government, health care and business. The mission is to become the primary South Texas and Gulf of Mexico resource of information assurance, modeling, statistical and quality improvement services, and software engineering for the education, government, health care, and private sectors. Contact Dr. Jose Guardiola ( or Dr. Alexey Sadovski ( for more information.