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Matt Kerr awarded NSF grant

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Building mathematical bridges

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Laura Escobar Vega shows students and young professionals new ways to connect with math and see themselves in the field.

Francesco Di Plinio awarded new NSF grant

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Remembering Dr. William Boothby

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Professors Gary Jensen and Steven Krantz reflect on Dr. Boothby's life and contributions to the mathematical sciences.

John McCarthy Awarded NSF Grant

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Dr. McCarthy has been awarded an NSF grant for his research on "Operator Analysis and Applications."

As St. Louis Sports Teams Work To Reopen Arenas, This Tool May Help Them Weigh The Risks

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Department Chair John McCarthy spoke with St. Louis Public Radio about navigating Covid-19 risks while reopening baseball stadiums around the country.

Steven Frankel Awarded National Science Foundation CAREER Grant

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Dr. Frankel's research includes low-dimensional topology and geometric group theory.

Jose Figueroa-Lopez Awarded NSF Grant

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Dr. Figueroa-Lopez has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation.

Dr. Michael Landry Awarded NSF Fellowship

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An NSF Fellowship in "Veering triangulations, polynomial invariants, and Thurston’s norm."

Dr. Martha Precup Awarded NSF Grant

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"Applications of Lie Theory: Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry and Symmetric Functions".

Hershberger Named 2020 AMS Mass Media Fellow

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The AMS is pleased to announce that Scott Hershberger has been chosen as the 2020 AMS Mass Media Fellow. Scott studied mathematics and physics at Washington University in St. Louis and will graduate in May 2020. He will be working at Scientific American this summer.

Mathematical model predicts COVID-19 hospitalizations for those with underlying conditions

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Washington University in St. Louis mathematician Steven G. Krantz has turned his focus to modeling COVID-19 in hopes that better predictions can help lessen transmission and save lives.