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Fuchs awarded Sloan Fellowship

The Department is proud to announce that Elena Fuchs has been awarded a 2016 Sloan Research Fellowship from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Read more.

LAS awards announced

Three members of the mathematics department have received 2015-16 LAS teaching awards. They are

Karen Mortensen, Associate Director of Graduate Studies in Mathematics has been awarded the 2015-16 LAS Academic Professional Award.

Please join us in congratulating our colleagues for these well-deserved recognitions.

Department announces 2015-16 graduate award recipients

The Department is proud to announce the recipients of the 2015-16 department graduate awards. Nickolas Andersen was awarded Bateman Prize in Number Theory, Seth Wolbert received the Kuo-Tsai Chen Prize, Grace Work received the Wolfgang Haken Prize in Geometry and Topology, and Anna Weigandt was awarded the Irving Reiner Memorial Award. Andrew McConvey and Cara Monical are the recipients of the Brahana TA Instructional Award. Caglar Uyanik and Juan Villeta-Garcia received the Department TA Instructional Award. Congratulations to these students on their achievements.

LAS Gallery of Excellence

Five math department achievements were recognized on the U of I LAS "Gallery of Excellence" in celebration of the College's 100th' anniversary. The math department honorees include the Four Color Theorem and four outstanding scholars, David Blackwell, Joseph Doob, Freeman Hrabowski, and Michio Suzuki. See LAS Gallery of Excellence for more information.

Math Times

Read more news about the Department of Mathematics in the Math Times.

Math Placement at Illinois

All new freshmen coming to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are required to take the ALEKS Math Placement Exam. All new transfer students who do not already have credit for Calculus I (or a higher level math course) are required to take the ALEKS Math Placement Exam. Information about the ALEKS Math Placement Exam is available on the Department of Mathematics website.