Solutions Across Disciplines
Our researchers collaborate across departments, across universities, and across the globe.
To our valued students, visitors, and partners:
Welcome back to campus! Levin Center staff is available Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4 pm, but please be advised that there may be some lapses in physical presence due to staff activities and university guidelines. Please also be aware that capacity restrictions to meet social distancing requirements will be in place. Face covers are strongly encouraged for anyone in the building.
We are also available to assist via email, phone, and other electronic resources during vacancy hours. To reach our team during regular business hours:
Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors Program: The JBMSHP Resource Center will be open for limited capacity Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Tutoring will be available Monday and Wednesday, noon to 5:30pm, Tuesday and Thursday 9 to 11:30am, and Friday noon to 5pm. You may call 480-965-1690 and leave a message, or email Cynthia.Romero@asu.edu or CRDuran@asu.edu.
Quantitative Research for the Life and Social Sciences Program (QRLSSP): please call associate director Sherry Woodley at 480-309-4787, or email Sherry.Woodley@asu.edu.
General information: 480-965-2115; if no staff are available, please call associate director Sherry Woodley at 480-309-4787, or email Sherry.Woodley@asu.edu.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. We appreciate your support and will do our best to assist you as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Welcome to the Levin Center. Our mission is to bridge the gap between the biological, mathematical, environmental, and social sciences. At the Levin Center, we train the next generation of researchers to focus on solutions rather than academic disciplines.
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Fabio Milner has been named Director of the Simon. A. Levin Mathematical, Computational and Modeling Sciences Center. Dr. Milner has been leading the center in an acting capacity since 2019. The combination of his experience, expertise, and dedication will serve the Center well as it moves forward to reinvigorate its mission and reinvent its activities. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Milner as our new director. Click to learn more.
Dr. Simon A. Levin was among recent recipients of the Frontiers of Knowledge Award in Ecology and Conservation Biology, as curated by the BBVA Foundation. These awards recognize the importance of basic knowledge as the principal driver of scientific change, as well as acknowledging the growing interdisciplinary nature of knowledge. These annually-presented awards also emphasize the fact that many critical contributions to current knowledge result from collaborative efforts of large teams of researchers. Click to learn more.
Please join us for a talk with Dr. Ricardo Cortez, Mathematics Department, Tulane University (https://sse.tulane.edu/math/faculty/cortez) for a talk, Computational Models of Self-Propelled Microorganisms," on Monday, August 22, 2022. Schedule: 11:15 am WXLR 021 (lower level) Speaker Meet-n-Greet, 12:00 pm WXLR 206 (2nd Floor) Speaker Student Reception,4:30 pm AZ WXLR 021, Colloquium. This visit is a joint effort between the School of Mathematics and Statistical Sciences and the SIAM Student Chapter at Arizona State University (ASU). For more information about this talk please contact chapter president Jordy Cevallos-Chavez at email@example.com. Click title to RSVP or use https://forms.gle/ppAsXhXqmrsfGWYD9
The Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors Program (JBMSHP) celebrated its 35th anniversary in 2020. 2,893 students have participated in the JBMSHP since 1985, many of them are now engineers, researchers, medical practitioners, business owners, educators, military personnel or in public service, to name a few. Click title to read more...
JBMSHP has received Epsilon Awards in 2015, 2020, and 2021. The Epsilon Awards are for Young Scholars Programs from the American Mathematical Society (AMS). Funded by AMS donors, the Epsilon Awards aid and promote programs that support and nurture mathematically talented youth in the United States. Click image to read more.
The JBMSHP is honored to be one of 79 winners of the INSIGHT Into Diversity Inspiring Programs in STEM Award... Clink link to learn more.
The Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors Program is an intense academic program that provides motivated students an outstanding opportunity to begin university mathematics and science studies before graduating high school. The program is designed to provide a successful university experience for students who are underrepresented in the mathematics and science fields and to enhance their prospects for future academic success.
Applied Mathematics for the Life and Social Sciences (AMLSS) investigates and integrates complex areas of the physical, life and social sciences while preparing a new generation of students in mathematics. The objective of these programs is to develop critical thinking skills and purposeful competencies in mathematics, as well as an appreciation for the contributions of mathematics to the fields of science, engineering, business, government and economics.
The Quantitative Research in the Life and Social Sciences Program (QRLSSP)—formerly MTBI supports the development of students through educational, research and mentorship activities from the undergraduate to the postdoctoral level. Its programs include intensive summer research training programs, long-term support for alumni, continuous research opportunities for undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students and opportunities for national and international visitors.