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Alumni Profile: Kim Ruane, Professor at Tufts University

Kim Ruane's path to FSU was an unusual one. Her undergraduate degree was from Kennesaw State University in north Georgia and it just so happened that a professor there, Chris Schaufele, had gone to graduate school with DeWitt Sumners, a professor at FSU. These two were responsible for Kim's decision to attend FSU for graduate school.

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American Mathematical Society Inaugural Fellows

In November 2012, The American Mathematical Society honored 1119 mathematicians in their first class of Fellows. Three FSU math department professors John Bryant, Robert Gilmer, and DeWitt Sumners numbered among them. Looking back on their long careers and substantial contributions to the field, they've been kind enough to offer their reflections and advice on the field of mathematics, at FSU and beyond.

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FSU Offers New Online Calculus I Course in Fall 2014

The new online Calculus I (MAC 2311) and Calculus II (MAC 2312) courses are an alternative to the traditional class room lecture courses. The online courses cover the same materials, and yield the same credits as the traditional courses. Calculus I is offered this fall, Calculus II next spring.

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Alumni Profile: Caroline Maher-Boulis, Associate Professor at Lee University

Caroline Maher-Boulis got her Ph.D. in Mathematics at Florida State University in Spring 2004, under the direction of Professor Wolfgang Heil. Her first job was as Assistant Professor at Lee University, where she continues today as an Associate Professor.

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Faculty Profile: Pene Kirby

Teaching assistants help get the work done on campuses across the country, but who helps the TAs? In FSU's math department, Dr. Pene Kirby is one of those people. As Coordinator of Graduate Teaching Assistants, Dr. Kirby leads the TA Training Program, working closely with incoming students through a series of course s to provide support as students seek to maintain their own studies alongside their newfound instructional role.

Announcements

  • MacArthur Fellow Jeff Weeks will give a public talk on Shape of Space at FSU on October 11, 2014
  • Coming soon! FSU Math Fun Day, October 11, 2014

Current Events

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