The Department of Mathematics of Rice University has been central to the research and teaching mission of the university since its founding in 1912, first as The Rice Institute, and from 1960 as Rice University. The first president of the Rice Institute was a mathematician (Edgar Odell Lovett), and the first Ph.D awarded at the Rice Institute was awarded to a mathematician (Hubert Bray). At present, the Department of Mathematics has research strengths in analysis, algebraic geometry, differential geometry, dynamics, mathematical physics, number theory, quantum algebra, representation theory, and topology, and is keen to both build upon strengths in these areas.

- [ASSITPROF] Mathematics, Assistant Professor (2024/02/29 11:59PM)
- [ASSTTEACHING] Mathematics, Assistant Teaching Professor (2024/02/29 11:59PM)
- [INSTRUCTOR] Mathematics, Instructor (2024/02/29 11:59PM)
- [LECATP] Mathematics, Lecturer or Assistant Teaching Professor (2024/05/15 11:59PM)

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