Fall 2022 Newsletter

Fall 2022 Newsletter

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I am pleased to extend a (slightly belated) welcome to the Fall 2022 semester. I hope that everyone had a good summer and is as excited to begin the semester as I am. A huge "thank you" to the team in SAS that is producing this newsletter on a regular basis and to the departments and centers for sharing all the highlights. You will see below, among other news, that two of our faculty members were named members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS), three of our students were named Goldwater Scholars, and the Geology Museum recently celebrated its 150th anniversary. As always, it is thrilling to see all the achievements of MPS people toward the mission of our division, school, and university. I invite you to connect with us on social media to stay up to date with happenings throughout the division. My best wishes for the Fall semester (and beyond).

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Spring 2022 Newsletter

Spring 2022 Newsletter

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Happy Spring!
Once again, I invite you to read a sample of the news and accomplishments in the Division of Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MPS), visit our website, and connect with us on social media for much more information on our exciting work. As we all know, the year has been full of challenging developments in the pandemic together with many natural and man-made events; yet, once again, MPS units and people have achieved much. Perusing the newsletter, you will see numerous and broad MPS accomplishments, ranging from lending AI expertise to completing Beethoven's 10th Symphony to participating in the Institute of International Education - Scholar Rescue Fund program. I am deeply honored to be serving as dean of the division. To all the people in MPS, thank you for your dedication and resiliency. To colleagues, collaborators, and friends outside the division, we look forward to your engagement with MPS.

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Fall 2021 Newsletter

Fall 2021 Newsletter

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Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, MPS units and people have achieved many exciting accomplishments in the previous academic year. Read a sample of such accomplishments highlighted in the newsletter and connect with us on social media to see all the exciting developments in the division as we continue to research fundamental scientific inquiries, help to meet important societal challenges such as the battle against COVID-19, and develop innovative methods to teach and engage our students.

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