Mathematics has been an important part of Cornell from the University's beginnings 150 years ago. These pages tell about the history of the Department of , its students, and its faculty.

- Reunion 2020 Virtual Walk, Multimedia on the Department's history.
- Cornell Department History, a history page maintained by Laurent Saloff-Coste.
- 150 Years in a Nutshell, a brief summary of the Department's history.
- Department Chairs from 1868 to the present time.
- Celebrating Majors Men and women who studied mathematics as Cornell undergraduates.
- The history of the Graduate Program.
- Noteworthy Graduate Students - Selected individuals who earned advanced degrees in mathematics at Cornell
- Noteworthy faculty members from 1868 through 1978.
- Women have been part of the faculty at Cornell since 1917.
- Cornell Faculty and former graduate students at the International Congress of Mathematicians.
- The history of the Oliver Club.
- Special Oliver Club honoring James Edward Oliver's life and work as a suffragist.
*Sesquicentennial Historical Notes:*- About Ernst Ritter, who died in 1895 while en route to Cornell.