News & Achievements

Gordina, Carfagnini, and Luo Spend Spring 2022 at MSRI

Three department members are participating in the 2022 Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) program Analysis and Geometry of the Random Spaces. Professor Masha Gordina is a Research Professor in the program. These positions are reserved for distinguished researchers who can make key contributions to their programs including the mentoring of postdoctoral fellows. Marco Carfagnini is […]

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UConn Math Grad Program Ranked Top 40 Among Public Universities

UConn’s ranking climbed in U.S. News & World Report’s list of the country’s best mathematics graduate programs, a sign of the University’s growing reputation as a center of excellence in mathematics education and research. In the 2022 list, UConn’s Mathematics Graduate Program is ranked #40 among public universities and #66 overall. The rankings are based […]

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Kickoff Event: Connecticut Noyce Math Teacher Leaders Program

Professor Fabiana Cardetti (Co-PI) with other members of the program team organized the inaugural event for the NSF funded Connecticut Noyce Math Teacher Leaders (MTL) program which was hosted this past Saturday March 19th at the Connecticut Association of Schools in Cheshire, CT. The five-year program is a partnership between the Department of Mathematics, the […]

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Vasilis Chousionis Named Makuch Fellow

We are delighted to announce that Vasilis Chousionis has been named the new Makuch Faculty Fellow (January 2022-December 2023). This fellowship was instituted through a generous donation by UConn Math alum Robert Makuch.

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Upcoming Events

  1. Sep 12 PDE And Differential Geometry Seminar
    Title: TBD
    Bun Wong (University Of California, Riverside)
    2:30pm
  2. Oct 10 Actuarial Science Seminar
    Title TBA
    Michael Ludkovski (UCSB)
    11:00am
  3. Oct 13 Mathematics Colloquium
    Title TBA
    Jim Hagland (University Of Pennsylvania)
    3:30pm
  4. Oct 28 Logic Colloquium: Rosalie Iemhoff (Utrecht)10:00am
  5. Nov 4 Philosophy Department Colloquium: Kit Fine4:00pm