**Associate Professor of Mathematics,
State University of New York Geneseo**

I did my undergraduate and PhD (2010) in the Mathematics & Statistics department at Queen's. Since graduating, I've come to appreciate more and more the value of a Queen's graduate degree, and in particular, the "pedigree" that a Queen's degree comes with. The faculty are leaders in their field and are at the front of the wave of their respective research fields. The faculty has leaders in number theory, control theory, analysis, algebra, and statistics, and this starting point is a great advantage as young researcher in academia or industry. The proof of this is in the impressive trajectories of graduate students that have graduated in the last 20 years or so.

"The department offers a solid core of courses in algebra, analysis, probability, statistics, and geometry, and the faculty make a concerted effort to offer special topics courses and seminars."

Cesar Aguilar - Ph.D. 2010

The department offers a solid core of courses in algebra, analysis, probability, statistics, and geometry, and the faculty make a concerted effort to offer special topics courses and seminars. Also, the colloquium consistently hosts talks from world-renown researchers and establishes a nice academic and social environment.

I lived in Kingston for 9 years and had the chance to experience the city as an undergraduate living in the "student bubble" and then as a graduate student where I had a closer connection to the city itself. Kingston is a great place to live and is very beautiful in the summer. The downtown is very lively and has great restaurants and pubs.