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Math Professor Nancy Neudauer
An article, co-authored by Pacific Professor Nancy Ann Neudauer on the life of esteemed mathematician Grace Alele-Williams, was published in the March 2022 edition of Notices of the American Mathematical Society.
Nancy Ann Neudauer in Africa
Pacific University's Nancy Ann Neudauer, the university's Thomas and Joyce Holce Professor of Science, was awarded the Mathematical Association of America's 2021 Certificate of Meritorious Service.
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Dr. Neudauer is among approximately 60 women mathematicians meeting this week at Stellenbosch University in Stellenbosch, South Africa, for the African Women in Mathematics conference.
Jasmine Libert '18 and Anita Gill MFA '18, Fulbright recipients
Jasmine Libert '18 will teach English to students in Austria, while Anita Gill MFA '18 will conduct research in Spain.
Professor Nancy Neudauer
Pacific University Professor Nancy Neudauer has received her fourth Fulbright Specialist award to continue to expand and develop mathematics education abroad.
Women of the South African Math Workshop
Pacific University Professor Nancy Neudauer recently returned from South Africa, where she organized and administered an African Institute for Mathematical Sciences workshop titled “Women in Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications.”
Dr. Neudauer awarded $35,000 to support collaborative research project “Matroids in an International Research Community: generating new researchers.”
Dr. Neudauer will travel to Cameroon later this year to help develop another site for the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences' highly successful Next Einstein Initiative.
Pacific University Mathematics associate professor Nancy Neudauer has received her second Fulbright Specialist Award in as many years
Nancy Ann Neudauer, Mathematics and Computer Science, spent three weeks in December and January this year teaching graduate students at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cape Town, South Africa. Her experience was made possible through a Fulbright Specialist Award. The institute prepares African students for research and teaching careers in the mathematical sciences.