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2022 NU Math Undergraduate Student Awards on May 18

Mathematics has long been a part of the physical sciences, engineering, and commerce. Students majoring in mathematics have the opportunity to learn about its diverse applications as well as acquiring an understanding of the foundations and frontiers of the discipline. Every year the Northwestern University Math Department presents the Undergraduate Student Mathematics Awards and Lecture, in recognition of UG student academic successes and their contributitions to the NU Mathematics community.

The 2022 NU Math UG Student Awards will be presented in Swift 107 on Wednesday, May 18th from 5-7p, with featured speaker Prof. Ami Radunskaya of Pomona College. 


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Laplacians on Random Hyperbolic Surfaces and on Random Graphs

Northwestern University's Mathematics Department will host a "Laplacians on Random Hyperbolic Surfaces and on Random Graphs" 2022 Conference, in coordination with Prof. Nalini Anantharaman's 2020 Nemmers Prize ceremony. The Nemmers Prize is awarded for work of lasting significance in the field of mathematics, in particular, major contributions to new knowledge or the development of significant new modes of analysis.

The conference is scheduled for May 30-June 3rd, 2022 and its organizers are Northwestern University faculty members Steven Zelditch and Nir Avni. 

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Aaron Greicius and Ruoyu Wang Awarded 2022 Weinberg Teaching Awards

NU Mathematics faculty member and Director of Calculus, Aaron Greicius, has been awarded the 2022 Arts and Sciences Alumni Teaching Award. Ruoyu Wang has been awarded the 2022 Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher Award. 


Professor Greicius was recognized for his work as a dedicated and transformative instructor and for his successful leadership of our calculus program during the transition to online learning.
Ruoyu Wang received his award for his work as a deeply committed teaching assistant.  He made extraordinary efforts to help and encourage his students.
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