May 2013: Mark Greer successfully defended his PhD thesis `Loops and their permutation groups' under the supervision of Michael Kinyon. Starting Fall 2013, Mark will be an assistant professor at the University of North Alabama. Congratulations, Dr. Greer!
May 2013: Adriana Suarez Corona, Lisa Korf and Florian Sobieczky will join the department as lecturers in Fall 2013. Loribeth Alvin and Jose Mijares will join the department as postdoctral scholars in Fall 2013.
May 2013: Postdoctoral scholar Zhe Liu accepted an assistant professor offer from University of Central Florida.
May 2013: Lecturers Sharon Butz, Ray Curran and Abby Johnson are leaving the department at the end of this academic year. Thank you all for your contributions to the department!
May 2013: Natasha Dobrinen will deliver an invited talk at the 4th European Set Theory Conference, Barcelona, Spain, July 15-18, 2013.
March 2013: The 6th Maximally Informal Gathering of logicians in the Denver/Boulder area will take place at the University of Denver, April 6, 2013, 10am-1pm. Professor Jose Mijares, Bogota, Colombia and graduate student Tim Trujillo will deliver talks.
March 2013: Natasha Dobrinen is an invited speaker at the Special Session on Set Theory at the Association for Symbolic Logic North American Annual Meeting, University of Waterloo, Canada, May 8–11, 2013. She has also been invited to the Oberwolfach Workshop on Set Theory, Jan 2014.
March 2013: Alvaro Arias will serve as the Math Center Coordinator starting March 25, 2013. The Math Center will open on that day inside Anderson Academic Commons. Thanks to Allegra Reiber for leading the Math Center in the Fall and Winter quarters!
March 2013: Paul Horn, Andrew Linshaw and Yin Mei will join the department as assistant professors in Fall 2013.
We publish the Mathematics Alumni Newsletter twice a year. Contributions are welcome and can be submitted to Jason Myers.
Current and past newsletters can be found here.
When classes are in session, we meet in the lounge of John Greene Hall every Friday at 3 p.m. for a departmental tea. Everybody is welcome. Refreshments are served.
Although we sometimes end up talking about mathematics, the tea is usually a good opportunity to have an informal chat with the students, faculty, staff and guests.