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Elena Buzaianu being presented with an award plaque

(June 21, 2024)

Innovator from the Mathematics Department Receives the Abraham Wald Prize

Teaching at Syracuse since 1982 and still winning awards.

Pi Mu Epsilon seal.

(May 1, 2024)

Syracuse University Chapter of National Mathematics Honor Society Adds New Members

The Syracuse University chapter of the national mathematics honorary society Pi Mu Epsilon (New York Alpha chapter) welcomed seven new members in Spring 2024.

Yiming Zhao portrait

(Feb. 20, 2024)

Math Assistant Professor Recipient of NSF CAREER Grant

Yiming Zhao won a five-year National Science Foundation CAREER grant to study isoperimetric and Minkowski problems.

(Sept. 19, 2023)

“Xploring” Mathematics: A Grad Students Algebra Workshop Expedition

Graduate students travel to workshops via The Simons Laufer Mathematical Sciences Institute sponsorship.

Claudia Miller headshot

(Sept. 11, 2023)

Claudia Miller Awarded NSF Grant to Use Homological Algebra to Study Singularities

Miller's project is titled, “Homological approaches to differential forms, differential operators and transfer of algebra structures.”

Pollitz portrait

(Sept. 11, 2023)

Josh Pollitz Awarded NSF Grant to Study Homological Questions in Algebra

Pollitz will use the grant to travel and speak about his research and increase the visibility and strength of Syracuse’s Algebra Research Group.

(June 26, 2023)

Mathematics Majors Win Prizes

The mathematics department announced two awards for outstanding achievements.

Patrick Kimani on the show NOVA.

(June 15, 2023)

Mathematics Alumnus Featured on PBS’s NOVA

Patrick Kimani, who received a Ph.D. in mathematics at Syracuse University in 2008, appeared on a November episode of the popular science show.

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