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Job Openings

The department is accepting applications for two tenure-track positions at the Assistant Professor level, one in Probability and one in Foundations, commencing the 2009-2010 academic year. In addition, we have an opening for a two-year postdoctoral position with the same starting date. The field of the latter position is not specified, but successful applicants should work in an area well represented within the department.

For further information and how to apply, see our full ad at Mathjobs.org.

To ensure full consideration, complete applications including letters of reference should be submitted by December 1, 2008. The University of Colorado at Boulder is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.

Scholarships

Congratulations to Aaron Glasenapp and Heather Osgood, recipients of the 2008-2009 Adele V. Leonhardy Memorial Scholarships! These scholarships are awarded annually to outstanding students who plan careers in teaching mathematics.

Awards

  1. Congratulations to graduate students Joshua Wiscons and Jonathan Kish, winners of the 2008 Burton W. Jones teaching award. Congratulations as well to Emily Pavey and Karen Farell, winners of William Briggs teaching award for 2008.
  2. Assistant Professor Brian Rider is a recipient of the 2008 Rollo Davidson Prize, see www.statslab.cam.ac.uk/Rollo.
  3. Professor Judith Packer has been recognized with the "Outstanding Graduate Advising Faculty Award 2007-2008."
  4. To support his continuing efforts to enhance mathematics education both at CU and in the Boulder Valley public schools, by bringing undergraduates and graduate students from the University into the classroom at Pioneer Bilingual Elementary in Lafayette, Whittier Elementary in Boulder, and elsewhere, Professor Stade has been awarded a 2008-2009 grant from the CU Outreach Committee. (http://conted.colorado.edu/programs/outreach/outreach-awards).
  5. Assistant Professor Brian Rider received a 2007 NSF CAREER award for his project "Random Matrix Theory, Random Schroedinger and Wireless Communication." The CAREER awards provide early career development for faculty with outstanding potential.
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