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Dr. Wenxian Shen recipient of the 2018 Kraska Award

03/29/2018

Dr. Wenxian Shen is the recipient of the 2018 Kraska Award

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Maggie Han has new publication

03/27/2018

Dr. Maggie Han has new publication from Spring-Verlag: Random Ordinary Differential Equations and Their Numerical Solutions (co-authored with Peter Kloeden)

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Shen wins the 2018 COSAM Outstanding Teacher Award

03/23/2018

Shen wins the 2018 COSAM Outstanding Teacher Award

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Matson accepts assistant professor position at Alfred University

03/23/2018

Matson accepts assistant professor position at Alfred University in Alfred, NY

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James Richard Calder Endowed Graduate Award established

03/22/2018

James Richard Calder Endowed Graduate Award has been established by former students of Dr. Calder. The award shall be given to a graduate student who shows great promise as a mathematician in the area of Analysis. Preference will be given to an incoming student.

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Yanzhao Cao is selected for the Dean's Research Award for Faculty in 2018

03/22/2018

Yanzhao Cao is selected for the Dean's Research Award for Faculty in 2018

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T. Y. Tam and Xuhua (Roy) Liu ('12) have new book coming out

03/21/2018

T. Y. Tam and Xuhua (Roy) Liu ('12) have a new book coming out

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Son accepts assistant professor position at Southern Wesleyan University

03/20/2018

Hyunjin Son has accepted a tenure track assistant professor position at Southern Wesleyan University.

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Kallenberg selected to give an opening plenary lecture at the 40th Conference (2018) on Stochastic Processes and their Applications

03/16/2018

Kallenberg selected to give an opening plenary lecture at the 40th Conference (2018) on Stochastic Processes and their Applications

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Auburn University recognizes COSAM achievements at 2018 Faculty Awards ceremony

03/09/2018

Auburn University recognized faculty members with the university's highest honors at the Faculty Awards ceremony Wednesday, Feb. 28, at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. The awards honor some of the institution’s most innovative teachers, researchers and scholars for their unique and distinguished contributions to the university’s mission. Among this year’s recipients was the Department of Physics, which received Auburn University’s Departmental Award for Excellence in Education. Created in 2013, the award is administered on behalf of the Office of the Provost through the university’s Biggio Center and the University Senate Teaching Effectiveness Committee. The award recognizes the efforts of departmental faculty for their commitment to improving education at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

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Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry hosts Kosolapoff Award Lecture

03/09/2018

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Auburn Section of the American Chemical Society named Marcetta Y. Darensbourg, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Texas A&M University, the recipient of the 2018 Kosolapoff Award. Darensbourg's research is in the area of organometallic chemistry, and her lecture was titled, "Old Biology Inspires New Chemistry: The Hydrogen Economy from Pond Silt to Photovoltaic/Fuel Cells." Named in honor of Professor G. M. Kosolapoff, an Auburn Chemistry professor who was renowned for his teaching, the Kosolapoff award lectures bring outstanding chemists to speak each year on topical areas in chemistry that would be of wide interest to the general public. Of the 31 award winners to date, 12 have been Nobel laureates.

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Auburn University strengthens partnership with Malawi

03/09/2018

Auburn University faculty and staff visited the African country of Malawi to strengthen ties between Auburn and Malawi public universities through the development of collaborative instruction, research, and extension programs and activities. Malawi is currently committed to increasing the number of students in higher education though face-to-face, e-learning, and other coursework delivery modes, especially among women and girls, and Auburn University is actively supporting this effort. More than 100 Malawi faculty and administrators have completed an Auburn University orientation program on distance learning and cutting-edge technology that delivers course work to locations far beyond the existing colleges and universities within the system.

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Dr. Nedret Billor: Chair-elect University Senate

03/08/2018

Dr. Nedret Billor: Chair-elect University Senate

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Oeding invited by Université de Technologie Belfort-Montbéliard to be a Visiting Research Professor

03/06/2018

Dr. Luke Oeding has been invited by the Université de Technologie Belfort-Montbéliard (UTBM) in Belfort, France, to be a Visiting Research Professor

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