Invitation to apply – BSME Fall 2020 Online Program
Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education (BSME) is a study abroad program in mathematics education. BSME participants explore the Hungarian pedagogy, in which a strong and explicit emphasis is placed on problem solving, mathematical creativity, and communication. Here’s a flyer that […]
Farazmand Paper wins ASME Award
Assistant Professor Mohammad Farazmand has won the 2019 Lloyd Hamilton Donnell Applied Mechanics Reviews Paper Award, for his paper, “Extreme events: mechanisms and prediction.” The award is for the best paper published in Applied Mechanics Reviews in the preceding two […]
Teaching the Teachers
As part of his CAREER award, Associate Professor Arvind Saibaba assisted by graduate student Rachel Minster and postdoc Eric Hallman, led a virtual workshop with high school math teachers, helping them develop teaching modules that will open their students to […]
Virtual Workshop: Mathematical Models for Prediction and Control of Epidemics August 12-14, 2020
“Mathematical Models in Understanding COVID-19” Virtual Workshop: Mathematical Models for Prediction and Control of EpidemicsAugust 12-14, 2020 Organizers: Christian Borgs (University of California, Berkeley), Abba Gumel (Arizona State University), Maya Petersen (University of California, Berkeley), Amin Saberi (Stanford University), Katherine Yelick (University of California, Berkeley; Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory) This virtual workshop will […]
Virtual Global Internship Opportunities
The Office of Global Engagement is working to expand international internship opportunities for students. In our current situation, a great option is a virtual global internship. These programs allow students to work from home with a company in another country […]
Mathematics’ Gremaud Appointed Associate Dean of Graduate School
Pierre Gremaud, professor of mathematics at NC State, has been named associate dean for program development and evaluation in the Graduate School.
Lloyd Shares Epidemic Expertise
Alun Lloyd, Drexel Professor of Mathematics, has been sharing his expertise on infectious disease transmission.
The College of Sciences has chosen its 2020 Award of Excellence recipients, and they are both staff in the Department of Mathematics.
Cox, Meekins, and Barkley tops in Putnam
Among the NCSU contestants, the top three places go to math majors Bryant Cox, Everett Meekins, and Grant Barkley.
Three Mathematics staff have received a Pride of the Wolfpack Award for 2019: John Craig, Andrea Hayes Pennix, and Seyma Shabbir. Also nominated for this award were Di Bucklad, Jennifer Burt, Carolyn Gunton, and Georgia Webb.