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Robert Ramsay 1940-2016

Robert Ramsay, who taught mathematics at NC State from 1967 until his retirement in 2004, died in Raleigh on March 29. He was 75. Ramsay, a topologist, received his Ph.D. from the University of Miami in 1967. He served as Director of Undergraduate Programs from 1989 until 1999. Bob achieved brief fame in 1975 after an encounter with NC State football coach Lou Holtz. He was jogging around the track at a football practice, and Holtz, thinking he might be a spy, asked him to leave. Bob was arrested and made news nationwide. Some years later, when Bob was about to take a sabbatical at Stanford, Holtz, then coaching at Arkansas, sent him a photo captioned, "If I knew you were leaving, I'd have stayed." An obituary is here, and a story about Ramsay is here.


NC State students Place in Modeling Contests

A team of three NC State math majors was named a Meritorious Winner in the 18th annual Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling held early this year, which attracted 5025 competing teams, 98% of them from other countries. "Meritorious Winner" designates teams in the top 20%.  The NC State team of senior Kenneth Jutz and freshmen Graham Pash and Jaye Sudweeks tackled the problem of modeling the movement of refugees from the Middle East and Africa to Europe and recommending management strategies.  The team was coached by Professor Ralph Smith.


Four Graduate Students Win 2016 Math Department Awards

Four graduate students have won 2016 Mathematics Department awards. Carl Giuffre and Shira Polster won Maltbie Awards, which recognize outstanding teaching by a graduate student. Ismail Demir and Colby Long won Winton-Rose Scholarships, which recognize academic achievement and research success by students who are completing their Ph.D. thesis. Giuffre, a Biomathematics student, is advised by David Tarpy (Entomology) and Sharon Lubkin. Polster's thesis advisor is Nathan Reading; Demi's advisors are Kailash Misra and Ernie Stitzinger; and Long's advisor is Seth Sullivant.


Students Win NSF Fellowships

Three NC State mathematics students have won National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships this year: Mia de los Reyes (undergrad, math and physics double major), Sara Troutman (graduated 2015, math and environmental engineering double major), and Christine Mennicke (math grad student). Robert Baraldi (undergrad) and Samantha Faber (graduated 2015) earned honorable mention. Gautam Nagaraj (undergrad, math and physics double major) earned honorable mention in the Goldwater Scholarship competition.


Bociu Wins Equity for Women Award

The NC State Council on the Status of Women has named Assistant Professor Lorena Bociu the faculty recipient of its 2016 Equity for Women Award. Bociu was cited for her efforts to promote mathematical careers to female students. She organizes the annual event "Math Doesn't Bug Me" as part of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences' BugFest day, serves as faculty advisor for the Association for Women in Mathematics student chapter, and has served as a faculty mentor for 15 of the first year Women in Science and Engineering students. Her nomination letter cites the "huge impact on NC State" that she has already made as a pre-tenure faculty member.


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2006 NC State Departmental Award
for Teaching and Learning Excellence

2010 American Mathematical Society Award for an Exemplary Program or Achievement
in a Mathematics Department

2011 American Mathematical Society Award for Mathematics Programs that Make a Difference




New Math and Statistics Building

SAS Hall, Home of the Mathematics and Statistics Departments

The Mathematics and Statistics Departments moved into state-of-the-art SAS Hall in May 2009. An article in the College of Sciences magazine SCOPE tells how the new building is changing life in the two departments.The story behind SAS hall is here. More SAS Hall photos here. Photos by Ted Branoff of SAS Hall under construction are here.


Special Events

Graduate Student Modeling Workshop (IMSM 2016)
Sunday July 17, 2016 8:00 AM to Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 5:00 PM
SAS Hall, NC State

Kwangil Koh Lecture on Mathematics in Our Time
Tuesday September 27, 2016 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
SAS 2203
Ingrid Daubechies, Duke University


Today's Events (05-04-2016)

Doctoral Exams
Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM in SAS 4201
Erin Acquesta, NC State
Cost and benefit analysis of vaccination strategies for the HIV virus - advised by Negash Medhin

Doctoral Exams
Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM in SAS 3282
Raywat Tanadkithirun, NC State
Partition-Based Proposal Distributions for Importance Sampling - advised by Min Kang


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