Math Dept Graduation Ceremony 2020 - MEET THE GRADS
Address: Simpson Tower F206, Department of Mathematics, Cal State LA, 5151 State University Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90032-8204
The Math Department office is closed indefinitely because of the corona virus pandemic.
All communication will be done by email or Zoom (email advisor to set up zoom appointment):
- General inquiries: Brittany Montoya, email@example.com
- Undergraduate Advisor: Melisa Hendrata, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Graduate Advisor: Tony Shaheen email@example.com
- Credential Advisor: Debasree Raychaudhuri, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Department Chair: Gary Brookfield, email@example.com
Wednesday, September 23, 11am-12pm: First Math Club Problem Solving Session. These will run every second Wednesday at 11am. Here's the link: https://calstatela.zoom.us/j/93457144096
Sharona Krinsky was one of three organizers of a Mastery Grading Conference planned for this summer at Grand Valley State University. The story of how this conference went online is in the August/September MAA Focus Magazine. Click here for the article.
The Pacific Math Alliance has some upcoming events with information on applying to PhD programs in mathematics < http://www.pacificmathalliance.org/conferences >.
The GRE Subject Tests for September 12 and October 17 have been cancelled < https://www.ets.org/gre/important_update/test_cancel >.
Over the summer, Judith Landau participated in a REU at UCLA’s Institute for Quantitative and Computational Biology. For her project, she won a Top Presentation Award for Systems Biology and a Research Excellence Award. Her project was called Computational Analysis and Comparison of Two Recombinase-Based Oscillators with Molecular Sequestration. She will be continuing to work with the Franco Lab at UCLA on these novel circuit designs.
Congratulations to Louis Diaz and to Angel Carrillo, who both just got fellowships from the MBRS RISE MS-to-PhD program. Louis will be working with Dr. Jose Mijares, and Angel will be working with Mike Krebs. The RISE program has an emphasis on the life sciences, but it can also support math students. For information on this program click here: MBRS RISE MS-to-PhD.