Mathematics

Picnic Day 2018: College Events

April 16, 2018
College of Letters and Science at Picnic Day 2018

Come celebrate with us and experience the richness of diversity and achievement at UC Davis and the surrounding community in the areas of research, teaching, service and campus life. More than 200 events will take place throughout campus and will include exhibits, shows, competitions, demonstrations, entertainment, animal and athletic events, the Student Organization Fair, the Children’s Discovery Fair, the Parade and much more.

Math Alum Fashions the Perfect Fit With Quantum Computing Becky Oskin November 21, 2017
When Sonya Berg (Ph.D., mathematics, ’12) came to UC Davis to study quantum computing, she didn’t know her training would lead her to Stitch Fix, an online retailer that delivers a personalized shopping experience.

A Math Guru for Latinx Majors: Paty Millán

February 01, 2016
Patricia Millán earned a B.S. in mathematics and statistics from UC Davis in 2009 and a M.S. in statistics from CSU East Bay in 2011. She is currently senior data scientist for Nielsen.

Great Teachers Inspired Math Alumnus

February 01, 2016
Gwen McKinley graduated from UC Davis in 2015 with a B.S. in mathematics. She is now in her first year of a mathematics doctoral program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge.

1988 - Irving Lubliner

December 04, 2015
Irving Lubliner (M.A.T., mathematics, ’88) earned his elementary and secondary mathematics teaching credentials at UC Davis in 1976. Although Lubliner completed his coursework in 1976, he fulfilled the last requirement for his M.A.T. degree in 1988. Lubliner taught at middle schools in Novato, Berkeley and Oakland for 31 years. In 2006 Lubliner joined the Department of Mathematics at Southern Oregon University, specializing in mathematics education. In 2014 he retired and was awarded emeritus status. During his career as a teacher, speaker and consultant, Lubliner delivered more than 350 presentations at conferences and in-service training events. He wrote that the training and mentoring he received in the M.A.T. program at UC Davis were invaluable to him as a mathematics educator. Professor Evelyn Silvia, an advocate for K-12 education, had a particularly profound and enduring influence on him, Lubliner wrote.