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Division of Natural Sciences & MathematicsDepartment of Mathematics


Our minds are clopen

The University of Denver, the oldest independent university in the Rocky Mountain region, enrolls approximately 5,500 undergraduate and 6,400 graduate students.

The Department of Mathematics offers undergraduate, master's and PhD degrees in mathematics. For more information, visit  Degree Programs, Courses & Advising, and Admissions & Financial Aid.

We have an extraordinarily active faculty of accomplished researchers and teachers. We conduct research in algebraic logic, computational geometry, dynamical systems, functional analysis, nonassociative mathematics, ordered structures, probabilistic combinatorics, quantum structures, and set theory. For more information, visit Faculty & Staff and Research.

About 90 undergraduate and 25 graduate students form an integral part of our department. For more information, visit Students.

We are looking for a postdoc to start Fall 2014. The ad will appear on mid June.