School of Mathematics' 2021 Faces of Inclusive Excellence
Congratulations to the School of Mathematics' 2021 Faces of Inclusive Excellence:
Faces of Inclusive Excellence recognizes faculty, staff, and students whose accomplishments in their research, teaching, leadership and/or service endeavors have earned special awards or recognition (e.g. career promotion, publication of research, books, articles, grant awards, and service recognition citations) during the previous academic year.
Wenjing Liao, Assistant Professor, School of Mathematics: Won a National Science Foundation (NSF) award in deep neural networks for structured data as a principal investigator in 2020, representing the third NSF award and fourth award overall she has won since becoming an assistant professor at Tech in 2017.
Stephanie Reikes, Lecturer, School of Mathematics: Received the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) Undergraduate Educator Award in 2021 for contributions supporting at-risk students. Actively fosters classroom environments in which diversity and inclusion are respected by all.
Mayya Zhilova, Assistant Professor, School of Mathematics: Recipient of the 2021 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program Award for research in statistical analysis, outreach, and mentorship plans for students and high schoolers from underrepresented communities.
The full list is also on the SoM and CoS site - please see below for list of all CoS recipients.
College of Sciences Faculty, Staff Honored at 2021 Diversity Symposium
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