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US News and World Report has published its new Best Global Universities research rankings. In mathematics (which comprises mathematics plus statistics), our ranking is #17 (up from 21 last year). See also the Shanghai rankings, #14. has announced its Fall 2015 rankings of the top Mathematics graduate programs according to graduate students, ranking the department #8.
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Fatma Terzioglu has been awarded a SIAM Student Paper Prize for her paper `Some Inversion Formulas for the Cone Transform'.
Our annual Math Fair is to be held on Saturday, April 16, in connection with Math Awareness Month. CoS article is here.
Sue Geller graduates her 100th Mathematics Master's student, James DeVinney'15. CoS article is here.
Our Putnam team placed 58th out of several hundred teams at this year's competition. Two team members, Advait Parulekar and Matthew Kroesche, earned individual distictions for placing in the top 500 out of 4275 contestants. The team is coached by Doug Hensley.

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Probability Seminar
Peter Kuchment (TAMU) On the problem of detecting small quantities of radioactive materials
B628  May 02 11:00am
Geometry Seminar
Maurice Rojas ( Texas A&M University) Some Useful Metric Estimates for Complex Hypersurfaces
B220  May 02 3:00pm
Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
Edgar Knobloch ( University of California at Berkeley) Geostrophic turbulence and the formation of large scale structure
B628  May 03 3:00pm
Noncommutative Geometry Seminar
Alan Czuroń (IMPAN) Property FLp implies Property FLq for p > q, q ≠ 2.
B628  May 04 2:00pm
Student/Postdoc Working Geometry Seminar
C. Ikenmeyer, The geometry of 2x2 matrix multiplication
B624  May 05 3:00pm