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Donating to the Department of Mathematics

Thank you for helping the educational and research missions of the Department of Mathematics.

To nominate your favorite teacher for an undergraduate teaching award, click here.

To nominate a faculty member for a service award, click here.

To donate to the scholarships, awards, and special programs listed below, please:

  1. Go to the Penn State Giving Page.
  2. On step 2 of the giving process on that page, enter Other in the Please designate my gift box and enter a fund from those listed below in the Additional information box.

Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards

The Mathematics Alumni Endowment for undergraduate math majors provides important support to:

  • Fund small stipends to pay students to conduct research with our faculty members.
  • Subsidize undergraduate student travel to conferences where recipients will speak about their research projects and network with other mathematics students and professionals.
  • Defray students' summer living expenses while working on faculty research projects.
  • Develop initiatives for undergraduates to enhance their educational training and opportunities.
  • Respond to urgent needs related to undergraduate students and education.

The funds of this endowment are managed by the University's Investment Council and only the income produced each year is used to fund the support described above.  Alumni contributions, directed to this endowment, have a lasting value by providing support not only now but also in the future for Penn State's mathematics students.
 
To contribute to the Mathematics Alumni Endowment For Undergraduates,

  1. Go to the Penn State Giving Page.
  2. On step 2 of the giving process on that page, enter Other in the Please designate my gift box.
  3. Enter the fund code XCSMU.

This award was established in 1981 by PSU alumnus Raymond Shibley (1974 BS Chem) in honor of his father, math faculty member, Jabir Shibley.

Recipients are:

2018     Hannah Pohlmann and Michael Borowski
2017     Jonathan McKellar
2016 Troy A. Giel
2015 Hyun Jung Choi and Shuaihao Yu
2014 David Conte and Kaicheng Wang
2013 David Conte
2012 Zachary Robinson
2011 Jeffrey Conway and Elizabeth Somers
2010 Derrick Keister and Jeffrey McMahon
2009 Brett Lissenden and Johnna Mahoney

This scholarship was established by Jill Anderson and family and friends in memory of Kermit Anderson (1965 BS Math) who was killed in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City on 11 September 2001.

Recipients are:

  • 2016  Patrick B. Nicodemus and Christopher E. Roth
  • 2015  Katrina Rydzewski, Yifan Wu
  • 2014  Eric Bieber and Elisabeth Paulson
  • 2012  Qiyuan Li and John Urschel
  • 2011  Samantha Fuller and Victoria Marone
  • 2010  Brandon Carangi and Daniel Kluskiewicz
  • 2009  Leslie Ross and David Lytle

This scholarship was established in 2000 by members of the math department to honor faculty member Mary McCammon, who was a member of the math faculty for more than four decades.

Recipients are:

  • 2018   Sylvia Bintrim-Yang, Daniel Hofman, Gavin Kerrigan and Zhenyu Tian
  • 2017   David Falk, Matthew Litman, Simranjeet Singh, Gavin Kerrigan
  • 2016   David T. Keklock, Kara B. Ross, Simranjeet Singh, Samuel T. Slocum
  • 2015   Alaina Bradley, Sara Cobern, Kyra Leasure
  • 2014   Joseph Bonazelli, Sara Cobern, Kyra Leasure
  • 2012   Edgar Acosta, Daniel Kannell, Krzysztof Pawelec, Sebastian Rolotti
  • 2011   Andrew Bydlon, Aaron Castillo, Krzysztof Pawelec, Cecily Vottero
  • 2010   Gina Capristo, Joshua J. M. Conrad, John Dougherty, Samantha Fuller, Zeljko Raic
  • 2009   Derrick Keister, Lauren Moore, Stacy Lemin

This scholarship was established in 1999 by Science alumnus, George Bergey (1961 BS Phys), in honor of the famous mathematician Leonhard Euler.

Recipients are:

  • 2018   Helal El-Zaatari, Yifei Xiao, Jinyang Wu and Stephen Thornton
  • 2017   Catherine Babecki and Yuefei Shen
  • 2016   Matthew D. Easton and Michael Evans
  • 2015   Yungbok Lee and Robert Lumpkin
  • 2014   Yancy Liao and Zachary Snyder
  • 2012   Nicole Butera, Lindsay Eisenhut, Mathhew Jaffe and Leah McNamara
  • 2011   John Dougherty and Qiyuan Li
  • 2010   Bryan Gillespie and Brandon Herman
  • 2009   Brandon Herman and Vincent Del Prince

This scholarship was established in 2006 by Gary Mullen, a long-time departmental faculty member in honor of his parents, Boyd A. and Bernice K. Mullen.

Recipients are:

  • 2018   Raymond Friend and Sebastian Rauch
  • 2017   Miranda Auhl and Hannah Pohlmann
  • 2016   Miranda S. Auhl and Michael T. Fogarty
  • 2015   Bridget Backer and Cameron A. Kellock
  • 2014   Steven Styer and Lauren Valdivia
  • 2012   Andrew Bydlon and Ping Zhao
  • 2011   Jacqueline Luff and Jeffery McMahon
  • 2010   Nicole Horrigan and Sasha Slipak
  • 2009   Jennifer Ober and Jeffrey Conway

WOMEN IN MATH – WIM SCHOLARS PROGRAM

Women in Mathematics (WIM) offers support to female undergraduate students to conduct research projects under the direction of faculty mentors within the Mathematics Department at Penn State University.

Applicants must be female  students enrolled at Penn State University Park Campus with a Mathematics Major in the 2020-2021 academic year. Priority will be given to juniors and seniors. We strongly encourage students without prior research experience to apply. The proposed research work for WIM Scholars should not be part of projects for which students receive academic credit.

WIM will offer support up to $1000 per student for the academic year 2020-2021, including summer sessions. The funds for could be used for the summer sessions with intensive research activities or for Fall and Spring semesters combined.  (If the time period is less, please specify the amount requested and time period.)

Applicants should fill out an application form in all its parts.

The deadline to submit an application for 2021 has passed.

YOU MUST HAVE A PSU ACCOUNT TO LOG IN AND FILL OUT THE APPLICATION FORM.

Application form

For more information, please contact:
Professor Diane Henderson.

This award was established in 1950 from a bequest from Ormelle Stecker in honor of her late husband, H. Freeman Stecker, former math faculty member.

Recipients are:

  • 2018   Karan Shah
  • 2017   Katherine Brophy
  • 2016   Ryan A. Sosnader
  • 2012   Victoria Marone
  • 2011   Nicole Butera
  • 2010   Zipeng Wang
  • 2009   Chris Lengerich

This award was established in 1965 by family, colleagues, and friends to honor former faculty member Evan Johnson.

Recipients are:

  • 2018   Melissa Dewoody and Jeremy Wells
  • 2017   Weiyu Luo
  • 2016   Qianru Zhu
  • 2015   Tyler Albany and Jia Fan
  • 2014   Leah Frederick and Peter Sutor
  • 2012   Gregory Ference
  • 2011   Lindsay Eisenhut and John Urschel
  • 2010   Himani Gupta and Michael Prikockis
  • 2009   Jacqueline Luff and Alan Slipak

The Christopher R. Dyckman and Susan Scotto Scholarship provides recognition and financial assistance to outstanding undergraduate students enrolled in Mathematics.

Recipients are:

2018     Emily Thyrum and Seckin Kara
2017     Sylvia Bintrim-Yang and Jeremy Wells
2016 Hyun Jung Choi and Valerie M. Lindner
2015 Curtis Balz, Matthew Easton and Elisabeth Paulson

The William B. Forest Honors Scholarship recognizes and provides financial assistance to outstanding undergraduate students majoring in Mathematics

Recipients are:

2018     Connor Cassady, Sean Cotner and Jacob Keller
2017     Hangyu Zhou, Shanglun Li, Connor Cassady and Sean Cotner
2016 Karthik Nataraj, Justin D. Miller and Hangyu Zhou
2015 Nicholas Cotner, Karthik Nataraj and Zhaoning Yang

The Steven and Sherry McCrystal Award honors undergraduate students majoring in Mathematics who have achieved academic excellence.

Recipients are:

2018     Michael Coppola and Quanqi Hu
2017     Jonathan McKellar
2016 Jason A. Marshall
2015 Troy Giel

Graduate Fellowships and Awards

The Dwyer Graduate Fellowships are made possible through the generosity of Terence J. and Jane Dwyer. Terence J. Dwyer received his bachelor's degree from the Eberly College of Science at Penn State in 1970. He was honored in 2001 by the Eberly College of Science with the Outstanding Science Alumni Award and in 2004 as an Alumni Fellow by the Penn State Alumni Association.

Recipients are:

  • 2008-2010Ryan Flynn
  • 2006-2008Brian Haines

This award recognizes graduate assistants in the Department of Mathematics for their outstanding undergraduate teaching.

2020 - Ana Chavez Caliz
2019 - Dmitrii Pedchenko
2018 - James Kowalski & Dominic Veconi
2017 - Jake Pardo & Mike Harrison
2016 - Alena Erchenko
2015 - Shilpak Banerjee & Adam Zydney
2014 - Daniel Droz & Ehssa Khanmohammadi
2013 - Phil Hudelson
2012 - Seunghun Hong
2011 - Tyrone Crisp
2010 - Vivek Srikrishnan
2009 - Jonas Kibelbek
2008 - Heiko Todt
2007 - Hengguang lI
2006 - Yuliya Gorb
2005 - Dima Matsnev
2004 - Nestor Handzy
2003 - Stephen Binns
2002 - Jeff Raven
2001 - Roland Gunesch
2000 - Alistair Windsor
1999 - Jeremy Lovejoy
1998 - Alexander Mezhirov
1997 - Eric Johnson
1996 - Jim Andtony, Moisey Guysinsky & Ling Shen
1990 - Oksana Lassowsky, Hossein Movahedi-Lankarani & Jose Santos
1988 - Frank Arlinghaus & Gunnar Stefansson
1987 - Joe Conrad & Phan-Hung Loi
1986 - Maddtew Coleman, Tzu Chiao Huang, Daniel Otero, Faraj Shielban & Jim Strayer
1983 - Elizabedt Bator, Jean Pierre Matet, Dwayne Presler & Clifford Reiter
1982 - Jorge Almeida, Michael Gass & Benjamin Sunderland
1981 - Lance Littlejohn & Blair Spearman
1979 - John Herring, Robert Mignone & Galen Weitkamp
1978 - Kevin Kadell, Sheau-Dong Lang & Rick Smidt
1977 - Evelyn Obaid, Samih Obaid & Richard Stout
1976 - Edward White
1975 - Elaine Milito, Margaret Morton & Russell Myers

The ZZRQ Award honors outstanding achievement by a doctoral candidate who has contributed to the sense of community within the department. This award is made possible through annual contributions from alumni and friends of the Department of Mathematics.

Recipients are:

2021 - Caleb Springer
2020 - Caitlin Lienkaemper
2019 - Ana Chavez Caliz & Dmitrii Pedchenko
2018 - Dominic Veconi
2017 - Matt Mizuhara
2016 - William Wright
2015 - Ayla Gafni
2014 - Shahrzad Sara Jamshidi
2013 - Kurt Vinhage
2012 - Zhan Huang
2011 - Paul Siegel & Yanxiang Zhao
2010- Vaughn Climenhaga & Yanping Ma
2009 - Rufus Willett
2008 - John Ethier & Li Hengguang
2007 - Vivek Srikrishnan
2006 - William Keith
2005 - Dima Matsnev
2004 - Carl Mummert
2003 - Filiz Dogru & Ilie Ugarcovici
2002 - Jeff Raven
2001 - Linda Smolka & Bin Zhang
2000 - Kim Roth
1999 - Kresimir Josic
1998 - Rachel Hall
1997 - Moisey Guysinsky
1996 - Jim Humphreys
1995 - Hwai-Ling Shan

Raymond and Christine Ayoub Award was established due to the generosity of Christine Ayoub. The purpose is to recognize a graduate student for an outstanding thesis in algebra or number theory.

2020

Sumita Garai

 

2019

None

 

2018

Hsuan-Yi Liao

Travis Morrison

 

2017

None

 

2016

William Chen

Daniel Droz

Ayla Gafni

Kurt Vinhage

 

2015

Jeff Yelton

Haining Wang

 

Teaching Awards

Harold F. Martin Graduate Assistant Outstanding Teaching Award

 

Recipients are:

  • 2015 Shahrzad Sara Jamshidi
  • 2014 Ehssan Khanmohammadi
  • 2013 Sankha Basu
  • 2012 Serge Ballif
  • 2011 Vivek Srikrishnan
  • 2010 Vaughn Climenhaga, Jonas Kibelbek
  • 2007 Chris George
  • 2006 Anna Mummert
  • 2004 Ilie Ugarcovici
  • 2003 Jeff Raven
  • 2002 Kim Roth
  • 2001 Linda Smolka
  • 2000 Nestor Handzy
  • 1997 Jim Anthony, Eric Johnson
  • 1996 Ethel Wheland

     

Departmental Teaching Award for Graduate Assistants

 

Spring 2020 - None

Fall 2019 -  Alex Safsten & Jesus Sanchez

Spring 2019 - Hai Chi & Daren Wei

Fall 2018 - Dmitrii Pedchenko & Farruh Shahidi

Spring 2018  - Juan Batista & Ana Chavez Caliz

Fall 2017 - Arkadz Kirshtein & William Wright

Spring 2017 - Scott Conrad & Dominic Veconi

Fall 2016 - Jim Kowalski & Jake Pardo

Spring 2016 - Michael Harrison & Adam Telatovich

Fall 2015 - Damien Broka & Alena Erchenko

Spring 2015 - Alok Bakshi & Pichkitti Bannangkoon

Fall 2014 - Russell F. deForest, Kurt Vinhage & Aleksey Zelenberg

Spring 2014 - Sonny Arora & Shilpak Banerjee

Fall 2013 - Shahrzad Sara Jamshidi & Adam Zydney

Spring 2013 - Daniel Dorz & Noopur Pathak

Fall 2012 - Ehssan Khanmohammadi & Pavlo Tsytsura

Spring 2012 - Phil Hudelson & Shawn Ryan

Fall 2011 - Paul Siegel & Shilin Yu

Spring 2011 - Wen Cheng & Yaping Ma

Fall 2010 - Andong He & Yanxiang Zhao

Spring 2010 - Sankha Basu & Ge Mu

Fall 2009 - David Koslicki & Allan Yashinski

Spring 2009 - Serge Ballif & Andriy Gogolev

Fall 2008 - Vaughn Climenhaga & Rufus Willett

Spring 2008 - Juan Reyes & Vivek Srikrishnan

Fall 2007 - Michael Higley & Daniele Signori

Spring 2007 - Tyrone Crisp & Steve Hair

Fall 2006 - Hengguang Li & Mike Rowell

Spring 2006 - Chris George, Jonas Kibelbek & Heiko Todt

Fall 2005 - Mike Rowell & Rolf Ryham

Spring 2005 - John Ethier & Bo Yu

Fall 2004 - Ekaterina Fuchs & Chad Griep

Spring 2004 - Chris George & Yuliya Gorb

Fall 2003 - David Shoenthal & Lynn Vandemuelebroeke

Spring 2003 - Ben Chacon & Carl Mummert

Fall 2002 - Tom Masser & Bob Yuncen

Spring 2002 - Mike Dancs & Ilie Ugarcovici

Fall 2001 - Hee Jung Kim, Kim Roth, Matt Sosa & Bill Wagner

Spring 2001 - Nicolae Tarfulea & Roland Gunesch

Fall 2000 - Filiz Dogru & Ilie Ugarcovic

Teresa Cohen Mathematical Service Award

 

Teresa Cohen received her PhD in Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University in 1918. She was a pioneer that paved the way for this generation of women mathematicians. She came to Penn State in 1920 where she taught Mathematics for over 60 years. She was the first female member of the university's mathematics department and the only woman for her first three-and-a half years.

Cohen was promoted to assistant professor in 1921, to associate professor in 1939, and to full professor in 1945 (one of only a few university full professors in the country at that time who were female.) Due to university regulations, she officially retired from Penn State at the end of 1961 but spent much of the next twenty-four years tutoring math students for free. As she once said, "I just like the pleasure of explaining and seeing someone understand." She continued devoting her time and energy to students until an accident at the age of 94 forced her to enter a nursing home in Baltimore. She died in 1992 at the age of 100.

Recipients are:

Date University Park Commonwealth Campus  
2021 Alexei Novikov Charles Helou, Brandywine
2020 Joe Roberts  
2019 Anna Mazzucato Joan Smeltzer, York
2018 Ludmil Zikatanov  
2017 Wen Shen Joan Smeltzer, York
2015 Victoria Sadovskaya                  
2014 Chun Liu  
2013 Sergei Tabachnikov  
2012 Jim Hager Heather Parizek, Dubois  
2011 Mary Erickson Juan Gil, Altoona  
2010 John Roe    
2009 Gary L. Mullen    
2009 Patricia Schulte    
2007 James A. Sellers Charles Helou, Delaware County  
2005 Jinchao Xu David Hurtubise, Altoona
2002 W. Dale Brownawell Lothar Redlin, Abington
2000 M. Carme Calderer Richard Barshinger, Scranton
1998 Douglas N. Arnold Zhibo Chen, McKeesport
1996 C. Eugene Wayne Javier Gomez-Calderon, New Kensington
1994 David M. Bressoud Ayoub B. Ayoub, Ogontz
1992 George E. Andrews John Dawson, York
1990 Donald C. Rung Jacquelyn Wells, New Kensington
1988 Peter Morris David Wells, New Kensington
1986 Paul Axt Richard Call, Allentown
1985 Peter H. Maserick James J. Reynolds, Beaver
1984 Mary McCammon Ronald Harshbarger, Beaver
1983 Robert Wells Anton Glaser, Ogontz
1982 Raymond G. Ayoub Roy E. Myers, New Kensington
 

Mary Lister McCammon Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching

 

Mary McCammon, Professor Emerita of Mathematics, played a key role in the development of the Penn State undergraduate mathematics curriculum. She taught mathematics at the University from 1954 to her retirement in 1998, introducing such new classes as numerical analysis and computer programming. In the 1960s, she developed the mathematics department's precalculus courses, made changes to the calculus-course series, and introduced the use of graphing calculators and personal computers. She also was involved with the establishment of computer-science courses in the Department of Mathematics and went on to help establish the Department of Computer Science in 1965. Throughout her career, McCammon has been well known for her personal concern for her students and her excellent and exacting teaching methods. "I was tough but fair and I loved teaching," she says. "

Recipients are:

2021 Izabella Stuhl
2020 Chris Byrne
2019 Amine Benkiran
2018      Svetla Jivkova
2017 Darla Forsha
2016 Lisa Melanson
2015 Steven Hair  
2014 Nestor Handzy  
2013 Moisey Guysinsky  
2012 Allison Louie  
2011 Serge Ballif  
2011 Christine Stachniewicz  
2010 Eric Simring  
2009 Cheryl Hile  
2009 Adrian Ocneanu  
2008 Wen-Ching Winnie Li  
2007 Wen Shen  
2006 Jo Battaglia  
2006 James A. Sellers  
2005 Linda Schobert  
2002 Ilie Ugarcovici  
2001 W. Dale Brownawell  
2000 Fay Jester  
1999 Patricia Schulte

Donald C. Rung Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching in Mathematics

 

Don Rung, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, taught Mathematics from 1961 until his retirement in 1998. His dedication and excellence in teaching touched the lives of many students over the years.

Recipients are:

2021 Jack Huizenga
2020 Wenrui Hao
2019 Jessica Conway
2018      Matthew Willyard
2017 Victoria Sadovskaya
2016 Amine Benkiran
2015 Jan Reimann
2014 Ryan Flynn
2013 Beata Wysocka
2012 Adrian Ocneanu  
2011 James Sellers  
2010 Kasha Przybyla  
2009 Cindy Parsons  
2008 Nathanial P. Brown  
2007 John Ethier  
2006 Mary Erickson  

Special Programs

Teresa Cohen received her PhD in Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University in 1918. She was a pioneer that paved the way for this generation of women mathematicians. She came to Penn State in 1920 where she taught Mathematics for over 60 years. She was the first female member of the university's mathematics department and the only woman for her first three-and-a half years.

Cohen was promoted to assistant professor in 1921, to associate professor in 1939, and to full professor in 1945 (one of only a few university full professors in the country at that time who were female.) Due to university regulations, she officially retired from Penn State at the end of 1961 but spent much of the next twenty-four years tutoring math students for free. As she once said, "I just like the pleasure of explaining and seeing someone understand." She continued devoting her time and energy to students until an accident at the age of 94 forced her to enter a nursing home in Baltimore. She died in 1992 at the age of 100.

In 1987 the department established the Teresa Cohen Tutorial Endowment Fund to foster undergraduate tutoring.

Shapiro Visitor Program

 

Due to COVID-19, the visitor program has been suspended for Fall 2020 and Spring/Summer 2021. Applications may be submitted at this time for Fall 2021/Spring 2022. The deadline to submit applications is June 1, 2021. The program may be suspended or delayed again, as the pandemic evolves.

This program was established through the generous support of the late Dr. Edward Shapiro and his wife Antoinette. The program is designed to facilitate collaborative research between outstanding mathematicians from other institutions and Penn State faculty and students.

For faculty who wants to nominate a Shapiro visitor, please first read the Proposal Guidelines for Faculty, then submit online using this Application Form.



Dates Shapiro Visitor   Host
2018-2019 Alesker Semyon   Anton Petrunin
  Alexander Lytchak   Anton Petrunin
  Michael Benedicks   Yakov Pesin
       
2015-2016 Vincent Caudrelier   L-C Li
Robert Coquereaux   Adrian Ocneanu
Ron Perline   Sergei Tabachnikov
Mark Pollicott   Yakov Pesin
       
2014-2015 Ivan Izmestiev   Sergei Tabachnikov
Camille Laurent-Gengoux   Mathieu Stienon
Samuel Senti   Manfred Denker
Iakovos Androulidakis   Nigel Higson
Alina Cojocaru   Mihran Papikian
Jacob Biamonte   Jason Morton
Ke Wu   Ping Xu
Joerg Schmeling   Anatole Katok
Arseniy Akopyan   Anton Petrunin
Tien Dung Nguyen   Aissa Wade
Yuri Kifer   Yakov Pesin
       
2013-2014 Annalisa Calini   L. C. Li
Nina Lebedeva   Anton Petrunin
       
2012-2013 Xingye Yue   Chun Liu
Joel Langer   Sergei Tabachnikov
       
2011-2012 Serge Troubetzkoy   Sergei Tabachnikov
Mikhail Gordin   Manfred Denker
Dmitri Panov   Anton Petrunin
Benoit Fresse   Ping Xu
Tai-Chia Lin   Chun Liu
Samuel Senti   Yakov Pesin
       
2010-2011 Panayot Vassilevski   Ludmil Zikatanov
Greg Ginot   Ping Xu
Greg Galperin   Mark Levi
       
2009-2010 Alexander Shen   Steve Simpson
Claude Roger   Serge Tabachnikov
Michael Lin   Arkady Templeman
Lili Ju   Qiang Du
Ravi Rao   Paul Baum
Jun Hu   Jinchao Xu
John Hunter   Yuxi Zheng
Federico Rodriguez Hertz   Anatole Katok
       
2008-2009 Ian Marshall   Sergei Tabchnikov
Jean-Paul Thouvenot   Anatole Katok
Robert Foote   Sergei Tabachnikov
Jonathon Block   Nigel Higson
Ping Zhang   Yuxi Zheng
Robert Coquereaux   Adrian Ocneanu
Michael Hirschhorn   James Sellers
       
2007-2008 Samuel Senti   Omri Sarig
Dmitry Fuchs   Sergei Tabachnikov
Yuri Kifer   Yakov Pesin
Zhou Chen   Ping Xu
Xiangao Liu   Chun Liu
Weizhu Bao   Qiang Du
Gilles Halbout   Aissa Wade
       
2006-2007 Carlangelo Liverani   Dimitry Dolgopyat
Samuel Senti   Yakov Pesin
Haiwang Huang   Qiang Du
Nikita Netsvetaev   Dima Burago
Raphael Krikorian   Vladim Kaloshin
Vladimir Matveev   Sergei Tabachnikov
Volodymyr Rybalko   Leonid Berlyand
Oleg Musin   Dima Burago
ZhangJu Liu   Ping Xu
Sandro Vaienti   Yakov Pesin
       
2005-2006 Long-an Ying    
  Stefano Luzzato    
  Artur Lopes    
  Yaroslav Kurylev    
  Joerg Schmeling    
  Gregory Seregin    
  Youjin Zhang    
  Guozhen Xiao    
       
2004-2005 Vatcheslav Grines    
  Jean-Louis Tu    
  Jean-Paul Dufour    
  Mariusz Lemanczyk    
 

Enhancement Funds provide financial support for Mathematics education and research. These funds provide seed monies for new initiatives, for student research, for attendance to professional meetings. They provide support for renowned visitors for collaborations, seminars and short courses.

Enhancement Funds provide financial support for Mathematics education and research. These funds provide seed monies for new initiatives, for student research, for attendance to professional meetings. They provide support for renowned visitors for collaborations, seminars and short courses.

Enhancement Funds provide financial support for Mathematics education and research. These funds provide seed monies for new initiatives, for student research, for attendance to professional meetings. They provide support for renowned visitors for collaborations, seminars and short courses.

Enhancement Funds provide financial support for Mathematics education and research. These funds provide seed monies for new initiatives, for student research, for attendance to professional meetings. They provide support for renowned visitors for collaborations, seminars and short courses.