Print Journals are a great way to stay up to date on what is happening in your field of study. Next time you are near the library pick up a print journal and browse through it to find out what is going on in your field right now and what research is happening to stay part of the current movements. Print journals are located in the Mardigian Library on the second floor just off the stairs with the newest arrivals in the cardboard file holders at the end of each title's section.
Many print books on engineering topics can be found in the Mardigian Library. Browsing the stacks in person is a good way to see what books are available and to discover something you may not have even know you needed. If you are on campus, please come in in-person and see what you can find that may be helpful to you.
Math and Statistics are involved in many different areas of study and as such can be found throughout the library collection comingled in the areas to which they are being applied. See the image at the bottom of this page for a full outline of the Library of Congress classification schema and find where books on various applications of mathematics are located. Print books on Engineering and other technology subjects can be found all throughout the T section. While other Sciences (including mathematics) can be found in the Q section.
Of particular interest to mathematicians and statisticians:
Books on general Mathematics will be found in the QA section. With the books on Probability and Statistics in the subdivision QA 273- QA 280.
Other books on Statistics focused in the Social Sciences (especially Economics) can be found in the HA section.
The lettered prefixes are in alphabetical order (ie. T, TA, TB, etc). These sections are all located on the 3rd and 4th floor of the library.
This link HERE is a good place to start if you are looking for a print book on a Mathematics or Statistics topic from the Mardigian Library. From here you can use the list of filters on the left side of the screen to narrow your search. A good way to narrow in this case would be to go to the drop down menu called "subject terms" and select "more" which will give you a whole list of tags to select with the check mark (this will prioritize books with those tags) or to "X" (this will exclude books with that tag.)
As always, if you need any help finding the right resource please email me using the button under my picture on the home page of this guide.