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In the School of Mathematics, Computing, Physics, and Astronomy at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, we deliver in-demand skills in top-notch facilities. Our graduates are innovative problem-solvers. They are ready to collaborate and thrive in careers and they are prepared for advanced graduate work.

Discover Your World

Hands-on Research

We can’t wait to foster your curiosity and help you find your passion in the School of Mathematics, Computing, Physics, and Astronomy! Faculty routinely involve undergraduates in impactful research. Watch this video from the Department of Physics and Astronomy to hear from students on achieving more than they imagined!
Computer Information Systems

Software Engineer

Anika Neela ’19 Alum

Neela recalls how much her CIS 120 Data Structures class pushed her but also ignited her lasting interest in working in tech. She majored in computer information systems and leveraged everything she had available on campus to succeed. That meant, asking questions in her classes, seeking out professors during office hours and giving herself the extra practice with course work, working as a peer tech tutor.

Alumni Map

Where are they now?

Alumni from the School of Mathematics, Computing, Physics, and Astronomy have had career success around the globe, and right here in our back yard of Stevens Point! If you’d like to add your info to our interactive alumni map, just complete this form.
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Hired after CIS internships
Student hours in software development
Planetarium visitors each year

Meet Your Faculty

The UW-Stevens Point Departments of Computing and New Media Technologies, Mathematical Sciences, and Physics and Astronomy pride themselves on the strength and commitment of their faculty-to-undergraduate education.

Kavita Bhatia

  • Professor, Mathematical Sciences
(715) 389-6548

Adriana Durbala

  • Professor, Physics and Astronomy
  • Astronomy minor coordinator

Andy Felt

  • Professor
  • Center for Athletic Scheduling, director

David Gibbs

  • Senior Lecturer in Computing

Kenneth Menningen

  • Professor
  • Chair, Department of Physics and Astronomy