News: Mathematics

Read the latest news from the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin

Announcements

CNS Welcomes 16 New Faculty Members

See the new faces around the College of Natural Sciences.

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Features

Graduating Senior Finds Passions in Exoplanets and Outreach

Zoe de Beurs wasn't sure what she wanted to do when she first arrived at UT Austin, but after graduating, she started a Ph.D. in...

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Accolades

Mathematician Receives Jean Holloway Award for Excellence in Teaching

Amanda Hager was recognized for demonstrating "a warm spirit, a concern for society and the individual, and the ability to impart knowledge while challenging students...

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Announcements

The College Welcomed New Faculty in 2020

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Features

Alumna Lisa Piccirillo Solves Famous 50-year-old Math Problem

During her graduate studies at The University of Texas at Austin, Lisa Piccirillo solved a problem that had bedeviled mathematicians for five decades.

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Features

12 Ways Texas Science Innovators Made the Most of this Year

Here are a handful of ways that members of our science and mathematics community brandished their entrepreneurial spirit this year.

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Announcements

Meet the New Faculty Members in Natural Sciences

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Announcements

UT Austin Launches Institute to Harness the Data Revolution

$1.5M award from National Science Foundation to support cross-disciplinary machine learning and data science research

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Accolades

Karen Uhlenbeck Awarded Steele Prize for Lifetime Achievement

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