News - 2017 Academic Year
Congratulations to Gang Liu and Yifeng Liu on winning the Alfred P Sloan Foundation's 2017 Research Fellowships.
The members of the Board of Trustees of the American Mathematical Society expressed their opposition to the Executive Order signed by President Trump that temporarily suspends immigration benefits to citizens of seven nations.
Silas Johnson to host a mathleague.org contest for elementary and middle school aged mathematicians on March 19th.
Congratulations to Valentino Tosatti who was appointed to the 2017 Chair at the Institut Henri Poincare.
Mark Pinsky, Professor Emeritus of the Math Department, passed away December 8, 2016. Mark joined Northwestern in 1968 and became a Professor in 1976. Mark helped found the Midwest Probability Colloquium, which has met every fall since, almost always at Northwestern. Mark was the main organizer and guiding spirit behind the MPC until 2011, his last year before retirement. In 2008 Mark and his wife Joanna endowed the Mark and Joanna Pinsky Distinguished Lecture Series, a yearly event which brings a distinguished mathematician to this department to give talks in important areas of current research. Donations in Mark’s memory can be made to Northwestern University Math Dept.- Mark and Joanna Pinsky Distinguished Lecture Series (please make checks payable to "Northwestern University" and attach a note specifying "Gift to the Mark and Joanna Pinsky Lecture Series" Donations can be mailed to 2033 Sheridan Road, Evanston IL 60208.), or to the Michael J.Fox Foundation (for Parkinson’s research) michaeljfox.org/donate.
Congratulations to Laura DeMarco for being honored for her fundamental contributions to complex dynamics, potential theory, and the emerging field of arithmetic dynamics.
Undergraduate Mathematics double-major Eugene Wu was published in a feature interview on his internship at Argonne National Laboratory
The Math Department congradulates Alexandra Bellow and Ben Weinkove on their election as 2017 Fellows of the American Mathematical Society
Deavon Mitchell was honored with the Mentor of the Year Award from the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
Department to host a series of events and distinguished visitors for the 43 annual Emphasis Year.