The Math Department’s highest research prize is the Wirt & Mary Cornwell Prize, which is awarded to the student deemed to show the most promise in mathematical research. The award carries a $10,000 cash prize! This year, the Cornwell prize is shared […]
Only 20 students are recognized annually by Rackham Graduate School Daniel Irvine and Jasmine Powell have received Rackham Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Awards. The Rackham Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor awards recognize the efforts and accomplishments of GSIs who demonstrate extraordinary […]
Academic mathematicians need to write strong research proposals. Your professors typically apply for research grants on a three-year cycle (for example, from NSF), writing a fifteen page proposal and then an annual report every year on the progress. This year […]
The following PhD students were chosen to receive a summer fellowship because of their outstanding progress in the program, their promise for future research, and their valuable contributions to the scholarly life of the department. Karen Butt, working with Ralf […]
Our department has a large number of committed graduate students who make huge contributions to the scholarly life of our department. We are grateful to all of them for their generosity, vision and energy, which bring us many seminars, research […]
Haoyang Guo has been awarded a Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant. Please join me in congratulating him. Als0: ask him how he got it.
Visu Makam, UM PhD 2018, will return to Ann Arbor to deliver the Colloquium Talk this week on his Award Winning Thesis: Invariant theory, Tensors and Computational complexity. Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 Location: 1360 East Hall (4:00 PM to […]
Emanuel Reinecke, Harry Richman, and Rachel Webb have all been awarded the Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship! In addition, William Clark was selected as an alternate, should any of the winners from across campus be unable to accept, an honor in itself. […]