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The A.H. Clifford Mathematics Research Library, located in Gibson Hall, collects materials to support the graduate teaching and research programs offered by the Mathematics Department. Programs of study are available that lead to B.S, M.S., and Ph.D. degrees. The M.S. degree is offered in mathematics, applied mathematics, and statistics. The department currently has active research programs in geometry, topology, computation and applied math, probability and statistics, algebra, and theoretical computer science. The Mathematics Department also holds the annual Clifford Lectures, a weeklong series of talks by distinguished mathematicians. The Howard-Tilton Memorial Library collects materials for undergraduate mathematics and on the popular aspects of the subject. The Mathematics Department currently has 25 faculty members, two postdoctoral associates, and approximately 15 graduate students.