|Title||Colorado State University - Department of Mathematics|
|Publisher||Colorado State University - Department of Mathematics: Fort Collins, US (CO)|
|Country (State)||United States of America|
|Format of data||text/html;|
|Keywords||mathematics; Colorado State University; Fort Collins|
|Description||"Mathematical ideas and results not only represent some of the highest accomplishments of our culture, but also are an indispensable tool in an ever-increasing array of disciplines. In this sense mathematics has a dual nature: it is both an independent field of study valued for precision of thought and intrinsic beauty, and it is a rich source of techniques and methods for the world of applications.
Here at Colorado State we take great pride in making sure that both of these aspects of mathematics are well represented in our research and our curriculum."
|Source Type||University Departments|
|Level||undergraduate - professional|
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