Posted January 21, 2022
Professor Lawson was selected for his contributions to algebraic topology and homotopy theory, in particular the Brown-Peterson spectrum.
Posted May 27, 2021
Three School of Mathematics teaching assistants (TAs) have been recognized with Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards for the 2019-20 academic year.
Posted May 19, 2021
Patricia Commins (Bottom), Casey Garner(Top) & Henry Twiss (Right) have received NSF fellowships to support their graduate studies.
Posted May 19, 2021
Professor Tyler Lawson has been chosen to receive the first of two Albert and Dorothy Marden Professorships.
Posted May 13, 2021
These awards honor outstanding students for their invaluable leadership & service to the U of M - Twin Cities & the community. Please join the School of Math in celebrating these students.
Posted December 9, 2020
The Department, College, and University all applaud our mathematics graduate students' continuing efforts to reach out to public decision-makers and to foster a welcoming environment for students from around the world to come to the US to pursue graduate degrees.
Posted November 30, 2020
The University of Minnesota “Women in Math and Stat” team placed 2nd out of 24 graduate-level teams at the 2019 MinneMUDAC Student Data Science Challenge. The team — Somyi Baek, Cora Brown, Sarah Milstein, and Yu Yang (faculty advisor: Professor Gilad Lerman) — also won the Analytical Acumen Award.
For its fourth annual data science challenge, MinneAnalytics posed the problem of predicting the price of soybeans in the volatile market of 2019. The project consisted of graduate students, undergraduates, and professionals in the working with real-world data, conducting exploratory data analysis, and building an informed model to predict the price of soybeans.
Mike Weimerskirch Receives Wolfram Research Innovator Award for the Minnesota Online Learning Systems (MOLS)
Posted October 16, 2020
Mike Weimerskirch received the Wolfram Research Innovator Award in 2020 for his work on the Minnesota Online Learning System (MOLS). MOLS supports faculty and students with homework and quiz creation and grading, and with placement exams for over seven thousand students annually.
Posted August 4, 2020
Austin Kraft, a ’20 graduate with majors in Mathematics and Linguistics, was offered a Fulbright Award to travel to Indonesia to conduct a comparative study of grammatical binding in three Indonesian languages. Working with Professor Yanti at Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, Austin will conduct fieldwork at three different locations on the islands of Java and Borneo to elicit and document native speakers' binding patterns. He has previously studied Indonesian with a Critical Language Scholarship in the summer of 2018 and has completed research with Professor Hooi Ling Soh at the University of Minnesota. After his Fulbright year, he plans to complete a PhD in Computational Linguistics.
Posted July 7, 2020
Bruno Poggi and Ryan Matzke have been awarded a University of Minnesota Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship for 2020-21.