Invisible Worlds Exhibit
Design exhibit Invisible Worlds features interactive works of science-inspired art, including one showcasing Dr. Dávid Papp’s research on the optimization of cancer radiotherapy.
State of the Sciences: Live!
At State of the Sciences: Live! at Hunt Library in April, Associate Professor Lorena Bociu, Assistant Professor Khai Nguyen, and graduate students Lucas Castle, Amanda Laubmeier, Nick Myers, Marcella Noorman, and Michael Ruddy ran “Math Doesn’t Bug Me”, an insect-themed education program which explored ideas from combinatorics, cryptography, and topology.
Matthew Simpson Receives Awards in Scholarship
Math major Matthew Simpson is the winner of the Senior Award in Scholarship for the Department of Mathematics and the Outstanding Senior Award in Scholarship for the College of Sciences. The awards recognize his scholarly achievements in and out of the classroom.
Maltbie Award Recipients
Congratulations to Elyse Rogers and Michael Ruddy (Department of Mathematics), who are both the recipients of the Maltbie Award this year. The award was established in 1979 by Professor and Mrs. Maltbie to be given to graduate Teaching Assistants who have excelled in teaching.
Winton-Rose Award Recipients
Daniel Bernstein and Joey Hart (Department of Mathematics) are the recipients of the Winton-Rose Award this year. The award recognizes excellence in research and was established in 1987 by Professors Rose and Winton.
Colebank and Wolfkill receive the H.T. Banks Award
Mitchel Colebank and Karlan Wolfkill are the first recipients of the H.T. Banks Awards. The awards reward outstanding graduate students who are associated with the Center for Research in Scientific Computing (CRSC).