Mathematics shirts for sale

Order online from Jan. 3 to Feb. 3 (closes at midnight EST)!

Orders can be picked up at Avery Hall or be shipped to you directly. Once the online order form closes Feb. 3, all orders will be processed, and then shipped by Feb. 20. Allow 1 to 5 business days for arrival in the mail. Expect to pick up shirts at Avery on Feb. 20.

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Option 1: Adult Unisex Jersey T-shirt by Bella+Canvas

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Price: $12.50 (plus tax and shipping)
Color: Dark Grey Heather
Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL

Option 2: Adult Unisex Heavy Blend Hooded Sweatshirt by Gildan

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Price: $22 (plus tax and shipping)
Color: Charcoal
Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL

The front graphic shows the state outline, filled with a tiling by Sir Roger Penrose modeled after the wooden wall piece in Avery Hall constructed by Earl Kramer, artist and emeritus professor of mathematics

Anniversary event | April 28-29, 2023

Mark your calendars for next year’s spring event on campus in April, celebrating the 125th anniversary of the first Ph.D. awarded in the Department of Mathematics, the 25th annual Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics, and 35 years of Math Day, as well as milestones in 2021: 50 years of service for Jim Lewis and reaching 100 doctorates awarded to women. The 125th anniversary event will be April 28-29, 2023, and will include virtual and in-person networking opportunities. Check here for more information as it becomes available.

Book your hotel reservation for UNL Math Anniversary Event at the Courtyard Marriott, Friday night, April 28, at $132 with breakfast. The last day to book is April 7.

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Alex Zupan and his family go sightseeing at Schloss Drachenburg, south of Bonn, Germany

Greetings from Bonn

As part of my faculty development fellowship during the 2022–23 academic year, I have had the wonderful opportunity to spend three months at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics (MPIM) in Bonn, Germany. There are 81 Max Planck Institutes all over Germany (and five more elsewhere), but MPIM is unique in that it’s the only one devoted entirely to pure mathematics. Read More

Portrait of Petronela Radu

View from the Chair: Petronela Radu

This summer I had the honor to start serving as the 16th chair in the history of the Department of Mathematics. I see this new role as an opportunity to give back to a wonderful department that has provided both a home and a solution to a “two-body problem.” My husband, Mikil Foss, and I are fortunate to be one of the many (over a dozen!) couples hired by the department, which has always recognized that many mathematicians love doing homework and discussing mathematics together, a concept that often leads to long-term partnerships. Read More

Five fellows (L-R: Archana Sharma, Walid El-Nahal, Courtney Gibbons, Trenell Mosley and Bandana Kar) in the 50th class cohort take a break at STPF orientation in September 2022. | AAAS/Kat Song

Alumni news: Gibbons selected as AAAS Science and Technology Policy Legislative Branch Fellow

Hamilton College Associate Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons was selected as one of only two Science and Technology Policy Legislative Branch Fellows funded by the AAAS this year. Gibbons earned her Ph.D. in mathematics in 2013 from UNL. She began her new role working with the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee in September 2022. Read More

Dr. Lauren Keough

Alumni news: Keough wins MAA Alder Award

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) named Lauren Keough, an assistant professor of mathematics at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan, as one of three recipients of the Henry L. Alder Award. Keough earned her Ph.D. in 2015 in mathematics from UNL. Read More

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Data science major debuts in Fall 2023

The Department of Mathematics is pleased to announce the creation of a new Data Science undergraduate major starting in Fall 2023. This new data science program is a collaboration between Mathematics, the Department of Statistics, and the School of Computing, and each discipline will be represented in the program’s core major requirements. This marks the first time that three colleges at the university will share an undergraduate major program. Read More

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