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What's happening in Math

Welcome, alumni Math majors!

Graduate Students

Juan Auli receives Bogart Teaching Award

Juan Auli is the recipient of this year's Kenneth P. Bogart Teaching Award for his dedication to and excellence in advancing the educational mission of the department. Juan was also recognized this year as Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher for Math 20. Congratulations to Juan!

Department History

BASIC: the first user-friendly computer programming language

Spotted this week: a New Hampshire historical marker honoring the work of John Kemeny and Tom Kurtz on the development of BASIC. How did this come about? See the Granite Geek blog article, and click to view a larger image.

Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate Poster Prizes

Ethan Goldman ’22 stops by the department to receive congratulations for First Place in Pure Mathematics for his poster Continued Fractions and abc-Triples. The poster was a project for the course An Introduction to Mathematics Beyond Calculus led by Professor John Voight. Ethan has not yet declared a major but is considering Mathematics.

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Recent Publications

Products of symmetric group characters

Rosa Orellana, Mike Zabrocki

Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A

The Belyi degree of a curve is computable

Ariyan Javanpeykar, John Voight

Contemporary Mathematics

Cyclic descents for near-hook and two-row shapes

Ron M. Adin, Sergi Elizalde, Yuval Roichman

European Journal of Combinatorics

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