The department is pleased to welcome Dr. Siddhant Agrawal as the new Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics. Dr. Agrawal received his PhD from the University of Michigan in 2018. He had a three-year appointment as a

The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Impact grant from the office of the Vice Chancellor for DEI at CU Boulder together with funds from the National Science Foundation and the Mathematics department will support the programming of Math For All

The summer school on C*-Algebraic Quantum Mechanics and Topological Phases of Matter (CU Boulder, July 29 - August 2, 2024) will explore new developments at the intersection of condensed matter physics, C*-algebraic quantum mechanics and algebraic

Agnès Beaudry was selected for the 2024 Class of Fellows of the AMS.
She is one of forty researchers around the world who are thus honored for their outstanding contributions to the mathematical sciences. Congratulations Agnès!

Robin Deeley was promoted to the rank of Associate Professor and was granted tenure. Deeley specializes in index theory and dynamical systems, and came to our department in 2017 as an assistant professor.
He also won a three-year National

Meet a Mathematician (MEET) is a collection of video interviews with mathematicians from various career stages and diverse backgrounds. MEET goal is to create a consistent collection of video profiles of mathematicians from underrepresented

Dr. Padi Fuster Aguilera has been awarded a National Science Foundation Mathematical and Physical Sciences Ascending Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (NSF MPS-Ascend) to conduct a program of research, education, and activities related to

Summer Haag, Clyde Kertzer, James Rickards and Katherine E. Stange disprove the Local-Global Conjecture for Apollonian circle packings in a summer research project.