Maggie Han takes new role in COSAM as new Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Since 2007, Maggie Han has been making an impact in the College of Sciences and Mathematics, or COSAM.
As of Jan. 16, 2023, she will take a new role as the associate dean for academic affairs leading the college’s academic advisors and working to elevate the Auburn experience for undergraduate students.
Han served as the acting deputy associate dean last year while the person was on leave.
“I enjoyed being the acting deputy associate dean for academic affairs last year,” said Han. “Now, I will have an opportunity to help create the best educational experience for students and shape how our college provides services to our students.”
Han, a professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics is also director of the department’s actuarial program.
For 15 years on the Plains, her main focus of research has been random and nonautonomous dynamical systems and their applications. She has coauthored four monographs to date.
Han earned her doctorate degree in 2007 from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She holds the Associate of the Society of Actuaries designation and is pursuing being a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries. She has received an impressive array of awards including Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award, COSAM Young Faculty Scholar Award, Marguerite Scharnagle Endowed Professorship, Auburn Author Award, Jack B. Brown Endowed Faculty Award, Northrop Grumman Research Award, and Butz Teaching Award.
To learn more about Han, visit her faculty page.
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