Huy Duc Vo Selected to Participate in MRC3 – Mathematics in Physiology and Medicine Conference

  The Math Research Communities Program has selected graduate student Huy Duc Vo to participate in the MRC3 – Mathematics in Physiology and Medicine Conference, June 19-25, 2016, in Snowbird, Utah. The MRC program was developed by the American Mathematical Society (AMS) to help graduate students and recent PhD’s launch their careers by mentoring them and

Scholarships Matter: David Dai Brings Math Education Home

From the March 2016 Desktop News | Scholarships Matter is a series of stories highlighting students in the College of Arts and Sciences who have received and been impacted by scholarships. The student featured in this story is the recipient of three university-wide scholarships and two College-wide scholarships, the Outstanding Junior Award and the Comer Foundation

Math Graduate Students Participate in Family Night at the Museum

University of Alabama Math graduate students Toyin Alli, Phylisicia Carter, Wei Cui, Madeline LaBoeuf, Veny Liu, Xin Luo, and Kaitlyn Perry participated in a jungle expedition during this year’s safari-themed Hands-on Family Night at the Alabama Museum of Natural History on UA’s campus. A collaborative effort between UA’s Graduate School, the Graduate Student Association, Graduate

Brandon Reid appointed as Graduate Council Fellow

Doctoral student Brandon Reid has been appointed as a Graduate Council Research/Creative Activity Fellow in the Graduate School of The University of Alabama for the 2016-2017 academic year. This appointment was offered in recognition of the record Brandon has established thus far in his academic career and in recognition of the potential of his proposed

Math Based Sculpture Project

Do you like Math? Do you like Art? Would you like to work on a project to combine the two? The math department and the sculpture program are starting a project to design and create a math based sculpture for the Mathematics Department and Gordon Palmer.  Our idea is to pair math students and sculpture

Duc Nguyen to receive A&S Outstanding Dissertation Award

Dr. Duc Nguyen as been awarded a College of Arts & Sciences Outstanding Dissertation Award for his dissertation entitled “High order FDTD methods for electromagnetic systems in dispersive inhomogeneous media”. The College Graduate Committee has also nominated Duc’s thesis for the UA Graduate School’s Outstanding Dissertation Award. Winners of the campus-wide competition will be announced

UA to Help Strengthen K-12 Special Education, Math Teachers

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — K-12 math and special education teachers in Tuscaloosa County and West Alabama will build stronger working relationships and teaching skills through a new research and service project at The University of Alabama. Researchers in UA’s College of Arts and Sciences and College of Education were recently awarded a $1 million grant to implement

Math-Science Partnership Awarded a Three-Year Grant

UA MSP: Differentiating Mathematics Instruction within Communities of Learners is a three-year $1,000,000 grant to fund a partnership between the Math Department, the College of Education and the local school districts to increase the mathematical content knowledge of K-12 general and special education teachers and to improve their abilities to differentiate instruction so that all

Book Cover Designs of Faculty Authors on Display

Cover designs of books by 34 faculty authors in UA’s College of Arts and Sciences are on display Aug. 3-28 at the UA Gallery in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in downtown Tuscaloosa. Professor Martyn Dixon’s “Algebra and Number Theory: An Integrated Approach” is included in this exhibit.