Awards and Achievements
- Mona Matar won the third place on oral presentations on Wednesday, February 27th, at First Stem Symposium organized by OSA, SID, SPIE, PhGSA, and Association of Women in Math at KSU.
Sarah Croome graduated with a Ph.D. in Pure Mathematics.
Mirjeta Pasha won The Most Outstanding Poster Award on Respective Session, Graduate Research
Symposium, Kent State University, April 4-5.
Mona Matar graduated with a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics.
- Mirjeta Pasha won peoples choice award in the Three Minute Thesis competition at Kent State University. There is a video of the presentation available https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jM_ob4GcsOk
- Mirjeta Pasha won Undeniable Accessible Award at KSU nominated by a student in her Algebra for Calculus Stretch 1 class. The recognition ceremony is available in the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nf-o6KlSxFg
- Mona Matar won First Place in the Three Minute Thesis competition at Kent State University. There is a video of Mona's presentation available.
- Louisa Catalano published her paper "On a certain functional identity involving inverses" with link https://doi.org/
Louisa Catalano published the paper "On maps characterized by action on equal products", Oct 2018 with link: https://doi.org/10.1016/
Louisa Catalano published the paper "On maps preserving products on matrices", Feb 15 with link: https://doi.org/10.1016/
- Mirjeta Dëra won the Graduate Dean's Award for the academic year 2017-2018.