Math Doesn’t Bug Me at BugFest
Stop by and see Math Doesn't Bug Me, part of BugFest at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, on Saturday, October 20.
3 Minute Thesis finalists
Mathematics graduate students Katie Ahrens and Melissa Gaddy are both finalists in the 2018 NC State 3MT (3 Minute Thesis) competition. It is remarkable that out of 10 finalists, university wide, two are from Mathematics.
World premiere of the groundbreaking collaboration of modern dance & 4th-dimensional math
Black Box Dance Theatre in collaboration with Mathematics Assistant Professor Tye Lidman share the complexities, questions, and deeply human connections of mathematics and movement.
Seth Sullivant has been named Distinguished Professor of Mathematics
He was honored for achievements well above the criteria for a full professor, as demonstrated by his selection as a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society.
Ralph Smith has been named Distinguished University Professor of Mathematics
Prof. Smith’s work on modeling, control and uncertainty quantification of smart material systems is considered among the best in the field, and was recognized by his selection as a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
Spring 2019 NC State Prague – Applications Now Open
The application is now LIVE for the Spring 2019 NC State Prague study abroad program. The deadline to apply is September 15, 2018.
University Tutorial Center – student tutor job opportunity
The University Tutorial Center is currently recruiting chemistry, math, and physics tutors for fall 2018!
14th Annual UNCG RMSC Conference Saturday, November 3, 2018
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro will host the 14th Annual UNCG Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference on Saturday, November 3, 2018. We would like to invite your undergraduate and graduate students to come and share their research experience with students from other regional institutions.
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.