The Department of Mathematics hosted the 2016 Midwestern Workshop on Asymptotic Analysis, which was fully funded by the National Science Foundation.
Plan to attend the next Institute-sponsored workshop for faculty on Thursday, March 23, 2017!
Dr. Ryan Yoder will present "Writing External Grant Proposals"
OAA Sponsors National Conference:
Modern Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (MAICS) Conference Series at IPFW April 28-29, 2017
Saturday, March 18, 2017
10:30 AM -1:00 PM
Location: Walb Classic Ballroom
Visit the SASI website and register TODAY!
2017 Grant Call for Proposals
The Institute for Research, Scholarship, and Creative Endeavors (Institute), in collaboration with PDS, is now accepting applications from tenure and tenure track faculty for the following internal funding opportunities:
IRSC Faculty Course Release Grant
IRSC Faculty Community Engagement Grant
IRSC Collaborative Research Grant
Please visit the Internal Funding page for detailed information.
Congratulations to the Institute's 2016 Course Release Grants, Collaborative Grants, and Community Engagement Grants awardees!
Dr. Ahmed Mustafa instructs a team of student researchers
2016 Portal to the Public Faculty and Grad Student Fellows
Thank you to the following faculty members and graduate student for their participation in Science Central's Portal to the Public program.
The interactive learning experience prepared the group to present their research to Science Central's general public.
Congratulations to the 2016 Portal to the Public Fellows:
Dr. Aleshia Hayes (ETCS) Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Dr. John Licato (ETCS) Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Dr. Atefeh Mohammadpour(ETCS) Assistant Professor of Construction Engineering Technology
Dr. Vamsi Nalam (COAS) Assistant Professor of Biology
Patrick Selig (COAS) Biology Graduate Student
Dr. Steven Stevenson (COAS) Associate Professor of Chemistry
Dr. Rachel Rayburn leads a class discussion
Upcoming Connect issues coming out April and the summer issue in August/September