Congratulations to Lingxue Song for successfully defending her Master of Arts thesis, which was entitled “Modeling the RMB exchange rate volatility using ARCH/GARCH models”.
David Cruz-Uribe served as the Opponent for Olli Tapiola’s dissertation defense at the University of Helsinki in Finland, May 2016. Pictured from left to right are Tuomas Hytonen, the Custos (dissertation
Dr. Kabe Moen’s proposal entitled “Weighted estimates in harmonic analysis and PDE” has been selected for funding by the Simons Foundation’s Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians. According to their website, the
Alex Mathers, an undergraduate student double majoring in Mathematics and Physics, has been accepted into the prestigious Math in Moscow study abroad program for the Fall 2016 semester. Alex will
Three math majors won a Kindle Fire simply by donating to the Rising Tide Scholarship. Another drawing will be held later in the year for two box seats to the
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.
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.
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
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
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