Department of Mathematics and Statistics News
UAlbany Math is Hiring 3 Data Science Professors
The Department of Mathematics & Statistics at the University at Albany, State University of New York, invites applications for three faculty positions in Data Science, beginning in Fall 2024.
Professor Rongwei Yang Awarded Simons Grant
Yang was recently named a recipient of a 5-year Simons grant to support his project, "A spectral theory of non-commuting operators." Congratulations, Professor Yang!
Professor Ye Awarded 5-Year Simons Grant
Mathematics & Statistics Professor Felix Ye received a 5-year Simons grant for his project, "Data-driven Model Reduction in Stochastic Dynamical Systems." Congratulations, Professor Ye!
UAlbany Welcomes 40 New Faculty This Fall
The University at Albany is welcoming 40 new faculty this fall, including 18 who specialize in artificial intelligence. The hires are part of an unprecedented hiring push to add 49 new faculty this year, including 27 who specialize in artificial intelligence-related disciplines as part of UAlbany’s AI Plus initiative to embed teaching and research about AI across all academic programs.
UAlbany, Girls Inc. Partner for 11th Annual Eureka! Program
Girls Inc. of the Greater Capital Region and the University at Albany partnered to honor 72 girls from throughout the area who participated in the 11th annual Eureka! college and career readiness program.
Professors Reinhold and Ying win Chancellor's Excellence Awards
Two Mathematics & Statistics professors were recognized for their superior professional achievement and their ongoing pursuit of excellence.
Professors Winn and Lance named Emeritus Center Fellows for 2023
Math Professor Timothy Lance and French Professor Mary Beth Winn were named William L. Reese Fellows for their continued scholarly pursuits after retiring from the University.
18-Year-Old UAlbany Graduate Doesn’t Shy Away From Challenge
Christoph Cervantes graduated from UAlbany last week at just 18 years old, after entering as a 16-year-old freshman with 54 credits under his belt. He plans to enter the University’s PhD in Sociology program this fall.