Congratulations to Dr. Elise Lockwood, who is the 2018 recipient of the Mathematical Association of America's Annie and John Selden Prize for Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. This prize is awarded biennially to honor a researcher who has established a significant record of published research in undergraduate mathematics education. The public announcement was made earlier this month at the MAA MathFest in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mathematics faculty and graduate students host a booth at the da Vinci Days festival, held at the Benton County Fairgrounds, where visitors could participate in a daylong crowd-sourced effort to approximate the value of Π via discrete trials of the Buffon Needle problem. See College of Science iMPACT article.
Science faculty receive $1 million to increase inclusivity and success of diverse students.
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The blood of schizophrenia patients contains more genetic material from microbes.
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Tackling misconceptions about climate science with mathematics. See College of Science iMPACT article.
Leading mathematicians convene for probability conference. See College of Science iMPACT article.
Noted mathematical ecologist talks on predator-prey equations. See College of Science iMPACT article.