Congratulations to Marie Vitulli for being selected for the 2020 class of Fellows of the American Mathematical Society.
Marie A. Vitulli, University of Oregon, was selected “for contributions to commutative algebra, and for service to the mathematical community particularly in support of women in mathematics”.
Sarah Holte, Principal Staff Scientist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Affiliate
Associate Professor of Global Health and Biostatistics at the University of Washington will visit campus November 8 – 9, 2019 to deliver the fall term AWM Distinguished Lectures.
Dr. Holte will deliver an undergraduate lecture appropriate for a general audience on Thursday, November 8th, at 2 p.m. in Deady 208. The title of this talk is “A Degree in Mathematics To A Career in Applied Biostatistics: Not as Easy as it Might Seem.”
Dr. Holte will give a colloquium lecture on Friday, November 9th, at 4 p.m. in Deady 208. The title of this talk is “The Intersection of Statistical and Mathematical Modelsto Describe Complexity in Longitudinal Data.”
The Mathematics Commencement Ceremony will be held on Monday, June 17, 2019 at 4:00 PM in Straub Auditorium 156. Please see our commencement page for more information.
Stephan Ramon Garcia (WM Keck Distinguished Service Professor and Professor of Mathematics at Pomona College) will give a Distinguished Mathematics Lecture for Undergraduates on Wednesday, May 15, at 5:15 pm in Lillis 282. All (undergraduates and not) are welcome to attend.
The title of the talk is “Prime time math: little green men, locust hordes, and cybersecurity”
Alison Etheridge of University of Oxford will visit the UO Department of Mathematics to give the Niven Lectures, May 6-7. Professor Etheridge will present two lectures, the second intended for an undergraduate audience.
- Colloquium lecture : Modelling evolution in a spatial continuum.
4pm, Monday, May 6, 2019 in Deady Hall 208
- Undergraduate lecture : Modelling genes: the backwards and forwards of mathematical population genetics
4pm, Tuesday, May 7, 2019 in Deady Hall 208
For additional information on the lectures, please visit the Niven Lectures page.
Rebecca Goldin, Professor of Mathematics at George Mason University, will visit campus May 9th – 10th to deliver the spring term AWM Distinguished Lectures.
Professor Goldin will deliver an undergraduate lecture appropriate for a general audience on Thursday, May 9th, at 2 p.m. in Lawrence 115. The title of this talk is “Should You Believe It? Critical Minds in the Information Age.”
Professor Goldin will give a colloquium lecture on Friday, May 10th, at 4 p.m. in Deady 208. The title of this talk is “Schubert calculus, Schubert structure operators, and positivity.”
Amie Wilkinson of University of Chicago will visit the UO Department of Mathematics to give the Moursund Lectures, April 8-10. Professor Wilkinson will present three lectures.
- Lecture 1 : The general case
4pm, Monday, April 8, 2019, Deady Hall 208
- Lecture 2 : Robust mechanisms for chaos, I: Geometry and the birth of stable ergodicity
4pm, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, Deady Hall 208
- Lecture 3 : Robust mechanisms for chaos, II: Stable ergodicity and partial hyperbolicity
For additional information on the lectures, please visit the Moursund Lectures page.
There will be a reception at 5 p.m. on Monday, in the Fenton lounge, and a special tea each day at 3:30.
Melody Chan, Professor of Mathematics, Brown University will visit campus on October 25th to deliver the fall term AWM Distinguished Lectures.
Professor Chan will give an undergraduate talk on Thursday, October 25th, at 10 a.m. in Deady 307. The title of this talk is “What is a Moduli Space.”
Professor Chan will give a Colloquium Talk on Thursday, October 25th, at 4 p.m. in Fenton 110. The title of her colloquium talk is “Tropical Curves, Graph Homology, and Cohomology of Mg.”
Congratulations to Marie Vitulli for being selected to be part of the 2019 class of AWM Fellows
Marie A. Vitulli, University of Oregon, was selected as a 2019 AWM Fellow for her exceptional efforts to promote women in mathematics through her active participation in AWM, on Facebook, in Wikipedia, and in writing AMS Notices articles; for her contributions to commutative algebra and algebraic geometry.
The University of Oregon Student Chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics has been chosen to receive the 2018 Chapter Award for Scientific Excellence. The purpose of this award is to reward a student chapter for organizing and hosting a scientific program of excellent quality in the form of a local conference or speaker series, or for its collaborative work with nearby industry or government organizations by highlighting women in mathematics or by demonstrating the power and fascination of mathematics. Our chapter was recognized primarily for its Distinguished Lecture Series. Congratulations to all members of our AWM Student Chapter.