## Research

The Department of Mathematics is active in a variety of research areas across multiple mathematical concentrations, including analysis, statistics, differential equations, dynamical systems, engineering, architecture and urbanism, logic, model theory, mathematical biology, population dynamics, mathematics of finance, non-associative algebras, geometry, functional analysis, numerical analysis, number theory, random matrix theory, and mathematics education.

## UTSA Math Labs

### Free Tutoring, Flexible Lab Schedules

The UTSA Math Lab (FLN 1.01.05) and Calculus Lab (1.05.02) is open and free to all UTSA students enrolled in a mathematics course. The Department of Mathematics tutors are upper division and graduate students that can help with any mathematics question or problem. Students can walk in during any hours the labs are open and receive help in math from College Algebra to Foundations of Mathematics to even some math related science courses.

**The Math Lab will be open for Fall 2019 ** Monday-Thursday 9 a.m – 6 p.m & Fridays 9 a.m – 4 p.m Learn More

**The Cal Lab will be be open for Fall 2019 ** Monday-Thursday 9 a.m – 6 p.m & Fridays 9 a.m – 4 p.m

## Graduating Senior of the Month

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Senior of the Month is an opportunity to showcase our undergrad seniors and their accomplishments. We want to recognize our mathematicians and their explorations of their journeys, so that we can motivate or inspire future mathematicians. We want to voice our unity in our community to the world!

##### Practice Tests

UTSA Testing Services offers Practice Tests for its Math and Science Placement Exams.

##### Student Resources

We have many great resources; from information on math camps to careers in mathematics.

##### UTSA Math Clubs

UTSA's Mathematical Association of America chapter has biweekly meetings UTSA's Math Problem Solving Club has weekly meetings Club Meetings will restart in the Fall 2019