Professor Abiy Tasissa was honored on Mathematically Gifted & Black’s Black History Month 2023 Black Mathematician Honorees.
Colleagues of Professor Todd Quinto published an article about his research over the course of his career as well as some information about his other contributions in the Journal of Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems [J. Inverse Ill-Posed Probl. 2022; 30(4): 613–617].
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Professor Bruce Boghosian participated in a panel discussion at an international forum hosted by the Global Strategy Institute (GSI) at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) on July 6, 2022. It was broadcast on Korean public television.
At the American Mathematical Society’s Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting at UMass Amherst October 1-2, 2022, there will be a special session in Dynamical Systems in honor of Professor Boris Hasselblatt’s birthday.
In May 2022, Professor Todd Quinto had a birthday minisymposium at the Inverse Problems Modeling and Simulation international conference in Malta, and Professor Fulton Gonzalez gave a laudatio.
Malena Espanol, 2009 PhD graduate, was awarded the 2022 Karen EDGE Fellowship. The Fellowship is designed to support and enhance the research programs and collaborations of mid-career mathematicians who are members of an underrepresented minority group. The 2022 Fellow was selected on the basis of her excellent research programs and her plans to use the funds for enhancing those programs through collaboration and travel.
Liz Newman, 2019 PhD graduate, won the “Best Poster” prize at the Householder Symposium in Italy June 2022.
Lan “Mina” Yi, current graduate student, has been selected to serve as a GSAS Community Fellow. As a Community Fellow, Mina will work with the GSAS Dean’s Office and other leadership on campus to create diversity and inclusion initiatives that will meet the needs of current students and lay a foundation for a continuum of community building.
Rylee Lyman, recent PhD graduate, was awarded an NSF Post-doctoral Fellowship. She will continue working at Rutgers University–Newark (where she is a Post-Doctoral Associate) under Lee Mosher’s mentorship.
Mirjeta Pasha, a current Postdoctoral Scholar at Arizona State University working with Malena Espanol (Malena graduated from Tufts with her PhD in 2009, and studied under Professor Misha Kilmer), was awarded an NSF Fellowship to work with Professor Misha Kilmer at Tufts.