# Mathematics

## Bi-Annual conference on algebraic geometry is coming to Northeastern

This October, Northeastern University’s Department of Mathematics will be hosting the bi-annual AGNES (Algebraic Geometry Northeastern Series) Conference, the largest conference in the U.S. for graduate students in algebraic geometry.

## Northeastern Math Professor named 2017 Next Einstein Forum Fellow

Northeastern Math Professor Jonathan Mboyo Esole named 2017 Next Einstein Forum Fellow, representing Northeastern among an innovative group of African scientists.

## Northeastern math professor begins new NSF-funded research on moduli spaces

Math Professor Ana-Maria Castravet’s research project on moduli spaces of rational curves has just been approved by the National Science Foundation, and she is eager to get to work.

## Northeastern math professors bridge the gap for high school calculus programs

A successful summer of the Bridge to Calculus Program has brought over 100 high school students to Northeastern’s campus as they prepare for advanced math classes for their senior year.

## UConn’s McNair Scholars visit Northeastern

A group of UConn’s McNair scholars toured Northeastern and visited with faculty as they prepare to apply to PhD programs in the upcoming year.

## Math professors secure $2M NSF award

The $2.2 million award aims to recruit and train young people by engaging them in research in algebraic geometry and representation theory. The project involves all levels of education, from undergraduate to postdoctoral studies.

## Mathematics professor publishes research in Nature

Mathematics professor Gabor Lippner has been researching an evolutionary model that aims to explain cooperative behavior observed in nature.

## Students, faculty recognized with honors

We are very excited to share these and congratulate all of the winners.

## College of Science graduate students honored for their excellence

Four students were given the College of Science Dean’s Awards for Graduate Student Excellence.

## Calculus Field Day attracts dozens of Boston students

More than 100 students from Boston Public Schools and charter schools took part in the 2017 Calculus Field Day.