Jana Gevertz

Associate Professor | Email: gevertz {at} tcnj {dot} edu |

The College of New Jersey | Office: Science Complex P246 |

Department of Mathematics & Statistics | Phone: 609-771-3314 |

Home | CV | Publications | Teaching | Links for Students | Travel |

My first experiences with mathematical biology research were during my undergraduate years. There are some great opportunities for those undergraduates interested in mathematical biology research, both at TCNJ and at other institutions.

- I am always interested in conducting research with motivated undergraduates who are passionate about applying mathematics to answer questions about cancer. Email me if you are interested!
- Students can also consider applying for external research opportunities. The
following link gives a noncomprehensive list of some undergraduate mathematics
research opportunities: Summer
Undergraduate Research Programs in Mathematics.

Why Study Mathematics?

Wondering what wonderfully cool and excting things you can do with a major in mathematics? Click here! Or if you're more the type that wonders how math could ever be useful to you, you may find the following site informative.