Academic Advising
A Partnership For Success
The Department of Mathematics has an Advisor/Academic Coordinator who is readily available to assist undergraduate and graduate students in enrolling in the right mathematics courses for their program. This includes general education courses, service courses for a variety of different majors, as well as for math majors themselves.
The Advisor/Academic Coordinator works closely with other advisors all over campus and is well informed about the mathematics requirements of other programs.
Mathematics Department Advisor/Academic Coordinator | |||
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Ms. Deb Challman | 402.554.3841 | dchallman@unomaha.edu | Durham Science Center, Room 204 |
Undergraduate Advising Information |
Graduate Advising Information |
Grade Appeal Information |
Spring 2018 π/2 Mathematical Competition:
Spring 2018: Problem of the Week and SolutionsFall 2017: Problem of the Week and Solutions |
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Internships & JobsCONAGRA Logistics Internship, posted 1/30/17, appropriate for students interested in Operations Research First National Bank Decision Sciences Internship Avantas, Business Data Analyst II Professional Research Consultants, Inc., Data Analyst HDR Healthcare Analytics Internship, Omaha U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Interdisciplinary Research U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Interdisciplinary Research U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Inredisciplinary Research Mayo Clinic Operations Research Summer Internships |
Summer Research Programs, Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU), and Other ProgramsWake Forest University Number Theory 2017 REU, "WADE into Research", deadline 2/14 |
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Our Advising Model
The College of Arts and Sciences uses a two-adviser model for undergraduate students. Our students begin with an adviser in the Arts and Sciences Advising Center, then transition to their major department for advising. To make an appointment with an Arts & Sciences advisor click here. To make an appointment with the mathematics department advisor, use the contact information below.
Graduate students in the Mathematics M.A, M.A.T, and M.S. should contact their faculty advisor or the approporiate graduate program chair for advising.
Contact Us
- Main Office: 402.554.3430
- Math Lab: 402.554.2443
- Advisor/Academic Coordinator: 402.554.3841
- Fax: 402.554.2975
- Departmental Email: margaretmainelli@unomaha.edu
- Department of Mathematics
- 6001 Dodge Street
- Omaha, NE 68182-0243
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