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Adult Unisex Jersey T-shirt by Bella+Canvas

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Price: $15.00 (plus tax and shipping)
Color: Heather Prism Ice Blue
Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL

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Max and Lillie Larson

Alumni news: Finding strengths: Max Larsen

Max Larsen discovered early in his career that connecting people to resources was his strength. Earning his Ph.D. only nine years prior, Larsen was selected as the interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in 1975. Read More

Emily McMillon

Alumnu News: The value of graduate mentors: Emily McMillon

Emily McMillon is making the most of her postdoctoral years. After a year at Rice University, the Nebraska Ph.D. graduate was selected in 2023 for a prestigious Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (MSPRF) at Virginia Tech from the National Science Foundation. The MSPRF gives an individual two years of full funding or three years of partial funding to work with a specific research mentor. This year, McMillon is not teaching, but in years two and three she will do a small amount of teaching at Virginia Tech. Read More

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Commutative algebra team heads to Berkeley

Eight members of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Department of Mathematics will spend the Spring 2024 semester attending the program on commutative algebra at the Simons Laufer Mathematical Sciences Institute (SLMath, formerly known as MSRI) located in Berkeley, California. Read More

Sam Macdonald and Cleve Young

Macdonald, Young earn prestigious NSF fellowships

Sam Macdonald and Cleve Young, graduate students in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, were awarded graduate research fellowships from the National Science Foundation in Spring 2023. The Graduate Research Fellowship Program supports students in their graduate education by both paying for school and providing an annual stipend. Read More

Layla Montemayor

SIAM: Montemayor interns at USF in math oncology

Senior mathematics major Layla Montemayor was a member of the first-ever cohort of the SIAM-Simons Undergraduate Summer Research Program in 2023. The program, through the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, hosts five sites across the United States for a summer program of research and learning in applied mathematics and computational science. Montemayor chose the internship at the University of South Florida at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Read More

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MATH125: Speakers share history at celebration

More than 150 alumni, faculty, staff, and students gathered at Nebraska Innovation Campus for MATH125, a conference held in April 2023 to celebrate the department’s achievements since Albert Candy earned his Ph.D. in mathematics in 1898, becoming the university’s third Ph.D.—and the second Ph.D. in mathematics to be awarded west of the Mississippi river. Special emphasis was placed on achievements over the past 25 years since the department’s Centennial Celebration in 1998. Visit event site

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