From the August 2018 Desktop News | As students explore campus this fall, they will notice Woods Quad’s newest resident: a 14-foot-tall, 1,500-pound white sculpture. Borromeo Rings The sculpture, created by studio art minor Paget Kern, is the result of a collaboration between the art and math departments in an effort to display math more visually on
On Saturday, August 11, a gathering of mathematicians was held to celebrate Dean Robert Olin’s 70th birthday. Here he is pictured with former colleagues and his graduate students. First row: Bob Olin Second row (left to right): Jiann-Shium Huang (PhD student), Len Miller (PhD student), Vivien Miller, Xiaoguang Li (PhD student)
Congratulations to Marcia Black on her 20 year service anniversary. UA President Dr. Stuart Bell hired Marcia in 1998 while he was serving as the Chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Luckily for us, she joined the Math Department staff in 2005.
IRMAS Student Uses Stat Modeling to Predict NHL Playoffs UA Insurance, Risk Management & Actuarial Science Program·Thursday, July 5, 2018 By Reginald Allison II “Defense wins championships” is one of the oldest clichés in sports. In fact, legendary football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant is the person credited with the quote. Sports media has since vehemently
Congratulations to Ben Jones for being awarded Top Work in Progress Winner of the 2018 Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference for his presentation entitled “Improving Effectiveness of Time Splitting Methods for Electrostatic Analysis of Solvated Biomolecules”.
Congratulations to the March “You Are What You Eat” Fitbit challenge winners! Instructor Katherine Nichols was one of the Top 20 Steppers for the March 2018 Fitbit Challenge. The winning team and all 20 top steppers will be invited to attend the end of the year Fitbit Celebration. In addition to recognizing top steppers, challenge participants with an
Nine graduate students from the UA Department of Mathematics participated in the 8th Annual Night at the Museum on Saturday, February 17, 2018. Over one thousand people attended, making this the best attended Night at the Museum event to date. This year’s theme was “Ocean Explorers”. The Math Department booth featured number games such as
The Department of Mathematics has that A&S #fridayfeeling Stop by the department’s Undergraduate Tea every Thursday at 11am in Gordon Palmer 301 for free tea and snacks! ☕ https://www.instagram.com/p/Be-p3TpFcDn/
Professor David Cruz-Uribe and Math graduate teaching assistants Tania Hazra, Keisha Cook, Khanh Ngoc Dinh and Alexander Barnes represented the Department of Mathematics at the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meeting Grad School Fair in San Diego, California. The Grad School Fair provided an opportunity for undergrads to meet representatives from mathematical sciences graduate programs all over
Dr. Roger Sidje, associate dean for multicultural affairs in the College of Arts and Sciences and professor of Mathematics, has been selected to participate in The University of Alabama’s Leadership U program. Leadership U began in 2010 as a way to prepare faculty and staff in leadership positions to take on increasing levels of responsibility within