Three Win NSF Graduate Fellowships
Three students have won highly competitive and prestigious NSF Graduate Fellowships.
Bidirectional Contact Tracing Could Have a Dramatic Impact on COVID-19 Infection Numbers
NC State mathematician Alun Lloyd recently co-authored a study that found bidirectional contact tracing is twice as effective as forward tracing, the contact tracing method currently in use.
REU Students recognized at the JMM
At the 2021 Joint Mathematics Meetings, held this year virtually Jan 6-9, two NCSU undergraduate student research teams won Honorable Mentions for their poster presentations.
Steve Campbell, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, 1945-2021
Distinguished Professor Emeritus Steve Campbell passed away January 12, at age 75, of a brain tumor.
DRUMS: Directed Research for Undergraduates in Math and Statistics
The National Science Foundation has just funded a 3-year joint Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) of the NCSU Departments of Mathematics and Statistics.
Outstanding Young Alumna Award to Ellison Anne Williams
The College of Sciences has honored Ellison Anne Williams, 2004 NCSU Mathematics Ph.D., as an Outstanding Young Alumna. Williams spoke at the Department of Mathematics graduation ceremony in May 2019.
Kavanagh Appointed to Endowed Chair
NCSU alumna Kathleen Kavanagh has just been named the Robert A. Plane Professor of Mathematics at Clarkson University.
Meet the New 2020-21 Math Department Faculty
The Math Department welcomes 7 new faculty members from all over the world in 2020-21.
Meet the New 2020-21 Sciences Faculty
Fifteen innovative leaders in their fields are joining our college this year.
Wolfe wins Goldwater Scholarship
Math and Physics major Noah Wolfe has won a prestigious Goldwater scholarship. The junior, who is also a Park Scholar, is president of the NCSU Astronomy Club.