The first undergraduate cohort of the dark sky studies minor completed the Dark Sky Studies Capstone course with projects that made an impact in Utah’s communities.
Get your tickets as the MUSE Project hosts former chief scientist at NASA and author of “Hidden Figures” for keynote presentation on theme year of empowerment.
Knatokie Ford, advocate for women in science, technology, engineering and math, shared her journey as the confident “female Steve Urkel” from her childhood, to feeling like a fraud as a grad student at Harvard, to conquering the imposter syndrome.
Mathematics student Scott Neville becomes third Churchill Scholar for the U.
Knatokie Ford, advocate for women in STEM and personal growth, to speak at the U Feb. 27.
Pi gets all the love, but tau can make math easier so let’s celebrate Tau Day this week.
Honors mathematics student Michael Zhao is one of only 15 students nationally to receive this award and becomes the second Churchill Scholar for the U.
Recent U graduate Kallie Bracken reflects on paving her own academic path and coding as an art form.
There is a desperate need for more mathematicians and computer scientists to make sense of the overwhelming torrents of data that modern experiments produce, say biologists at last week’s meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.