## department overview

#### About UCLA Mathematics

#### Facilities and resources

The Department is located in the Mathematical Sciences Building, which is centrally situated on the UCLA campus. The MS building houses classrooms, administrative offices, faculty offices, graduate student offices, the graduate student lounge and several computer labs.The Engineering and Mathematical Sciences Library is located nearby in the adjoining Boelter Hall.

**Computing Services**: The Department offers a broad variety of computing resources for students, faculty, staff, and guests.

**Calendar**: The University of California, Los Angeles is on a three-quarter academic year. Spring break is the week in between the end of winter quarter and the beginning of spring quarter. There is also a Summer Session, however only undergraduate courses are offered during this time.

**Administration & Staff Organization Chart ** (as of May 2020)

**Department Ombudsperson: **Professor Inwon Kim. For questions, complaints, or concerns regarding all grievances, instances of discrimination, or sexual harassment, please email **ombuds[at]math.ucla.edu. **Please note that complaints and grievances about grading, course grades, etc. that could not be resolved with the instructor of a course should be brought forward to the attention of the Undergraduate Vice Chair.

#### affiliate programs

An NSF Math Institute at UCLA

The Philip C. Curtis Jr. Center for Mathematics and Teaching is dedicated to researching and developing K-16 mathematics programs for students, teachers, and future teachers.

Los Angeles Math Circle (LAMC) is a top-tier math circle attracting elementary, middle and high school students interested in mathematics and eager to learn.

MDTP is a statewide collaboration of the CSU and UC systems and the California Academic Partnership Program intended to support and advance secondary math instruction.