Here are some of the news and events that our students and faculty are involved in. Check back often for updates!

  • Congratulations to Dr. Cynthia Flores for being chosen as a national 2019 Emerging Scholar by "Diverse: Issues in Higher Education" !
  • Dr. Flores was invited to talk during the XIV Simposium Análisis y Física Matemática in the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo. See this short article about the meeting.
  • Dr. Jason Miller spoke to KCLU about his interdisciplinary research project with undergraduate students to assess the bat population on Santa Rosa Island. Listen to the interview!
  • Fall Student Research Showcase 2018:
    • Math student, Mayleen Cortez, received an award for her presenation on her resarch of a math model that studies the spread of TB and HIV.
    • ESRM student, Melvin Kim, won an award for the work he did with Dr. Miller's SURF project. 
  • Dr. Bañuelos has kicked of the 2018 Lathisms calendar! Read her bio and see contributions from Latinx mathematicians for Hispanic Heritage Month. 
  • Dr. Kryshchenko has recieved a grant to research the way pharmaceutical products can be repackaged.
  • Dr. Cynthia Flores and colleagues in Chemistry, Drs. Awad and Gillespie have been awarded a $191k grant through the NSF. The AGEP Alliance.
  • CSUCI Math Students received awards at the 2018 Spring MAA Sectional Meeting.
  • Dr. Cythia Flores has been selected as the 2018 Business & Technology Partnership  Faculty Leader of the Year! She received her award at the B&TP Leadership Dinner on April 26, 2018.
  • Dr. Cynthia Flores will give a plenary address titled "From Sonia Kovalevsky to PDE's in waves and animation" at Fresno State's Sonia Kovalevsky Mathematics Day, March 3, 2018.
  • Dr. Cynthia Wyles was awarded the 2017 SACNAS Distinguished Mentor Award at the 2017 National SACNAS conference, October 2018.
  • Dr. Bañuelos will be giving two talks at SIAM in Boston July 11-12, 2016: “A Mathematical Model of the Effects of Temperature on Human Sleep Patterns”, and “A Structured Two-Stage Population Model with Migration”.
  • Drs. Bañuelos and Flores will be completing their Project NExT fellowship this summer at MathFest 2016.
  • Drs. Bañuelos and Flores have been awarded a Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics (CURM) Mini-grant to work with a group of students on a research project during the 2016-2017 Academic Year.
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