Liberal arts lead Engel back to law

The liberal arts taught Amanda Engel how to combine her love for English as well as mathematics, and the result is that she’ll attend the Washington University School of Law in the fall. Read More

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Department of Mathematics & Statistics

The study of mathematics and statistics has become increasingly important in fields ranging from bioinformatics and epidemiology, to actuarial science and the analysis of financial markets. Cornell's small size and liberal arts perspective give our students many avenues for interdisciplinary studies and exploration of career paths, as well as providing close mentoring relationships in the classroom and in undergraduate research projects.