Mathematics professor joins conversation during the Tribeca Film Festival's 10th anniversary screening of film about Nobel Prize winning economist John Nash.
Mathematics professor recognized for work on symplectic geometry
Mina Teicher traces the mathematics behind beauty from the Golden Age in Spain to the 21st century, from the essence of visual experience to machine “vision,” in order to explore what beauty means to mathematicians today.
Erica N. Walker, associate professor of mathematics education at Teachers College, explores the social and cultural factors that promote mathematics excellence for students and how we can collaborate to build strong mathematics communities.
Barnard's Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) continues to gain recognition.
Mathemathics professor honored among accomplished leaders from academia, business, public affairs, the humanities, and the arts.
Extra assistance in introductory science & math courses
Three juniors studying math and science were named winners or have received honorable mentions in the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship competition.
Math and economics major, Rachel Lewis '12, has been rewarded with the highly selective Morgan Stanley Women's College Fellowship.