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#### Melvin Leok, Boris Kramer - Newton Award

Professor Melvin Leok (Mathematics) and Assistant Professor Boris Kramer (Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering) were awarded a "Newton Award for Transformative Ideas during the COVID-19 Pandemic" by the U.S. Department of Defense for their proposal *"Geometric Structure-Preserving Model Reduction for Large-Scale Interconnected Systems"*. See UCSD News Release.

#### In Memoriam: Ronald Graham, 1935-2020

Professor Ronald Graham died on July 6, 2020 at the age of 84. See UCSD Campus Notice. See UCSD News Release.

#### Fall 2020 - Return to Learn

In accordance with the UC San Diego "Return to Learn" initiative for Fall 2020, the Math Department will offer undergraduate and graduate courses in In-Person, Hybrid, and Remote formats.

#### Rosenblatt Lecture Series 2020 - Feb. 26, 2020

The Murray and Adylin Rosenblatt Endowed Lecture Series in Applied Mathematics 2020 will be held on February 26, 2020 in Tata Hall at UCSD.

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#### Fall 2020 Qualifying & Comprehensive Exams

**Algebra** – August 31**Real Analysis** – September 1**Statistics** – September 2**Complex Analysis** – September 3**Applied Algebra** – September 4**Numerical** – September 8**Topology** – September 9

**MATH 282 ****Comprehensive exam** - September 22

Questions? Please contact Kelly Guerriero (kguerriero@ucsd.edu)

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#### Math Industry Day - July 22, 2020

Join us for Math Industry Day, featuring industry professionals:

- Kyle Shannon
- Laura Wilke
- Charles Yetman

**Wednesday, July 22, 2020 from 1:00–2:00pm**

More details of the event can be found here and the link to the video is here.

Co-sponsored with the Mathematics Department and the Physical Sciences Student Success Center.

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#### Upcoming Seminars

*No seminars scheduled.*

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We are composed of a diverse array of individuals. We are united around a common cause: the pursuit of mathematics as a fundamental human endeavor with the power to describe the world around us and the richness to express the worlds within us.

We are guided by an inclusive and equitable ethos: all who wish to learn and contribute are welcome and valued.

It is central to our mission as a research and educational institution to offer support and encouragement to each member of our community so that they may thrive in our environment.

## Fall 2020 - Return to Learn

MATH courses to be offered in

In-Person, Hybrid, and

Remote formats

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