Stephen casey

Achievements ·

Professor Stephen Casey Wins Drew University Award

Stephen Casey, professor and chair of American University’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics, has been honored with a Drew University Alumni Achievement Award in the Sciences.
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Alumni ·

Math-Econ Alumni Finding Success: Three Stories

AU math-econ alumni are passionate and driven leaders, prompting worldwide change in industries such as business, healthcare, urban studies, and climate change. Read about our alumni making their mark on the world.
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Achievements ·

CAS Robyn Rafferty Mathias Student Research Winners Announced

This year’s Robyn Mathias Student Research Conference award winners have been announced.
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Science ·

A Building Made for Collaboration

The Don Myers Technology and Innovation Building serves as an environment that fosters interdisciplinary collaboration between students and faculty. With the new building finished, the faculty celebrated with a welcome party.
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Hyperbolic Triangles

Science ·

The Analysis and Geometry of Information

Stephen Casey, chair and professor of mathematics in the American University Department of Mathematics and Statistics is looking at the fundamental structures of information and how it is gathered, stored, and communicated.
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Science ·

Oncogenic Pathways and Iron Phenotypes in Breast Cancer

Julia Chifman’s research aims to understand the cause of iron dysregulation in breast cancer through the study of certain cellular signaling pathways that affect iron homeostasis.
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Cyber Security Lock and Web

Technology ·

Master's in Mathematics of Information and Security Leads to In-Demand Careers

If you want to become a leader in today’s growing field of information security and cybersecurity, look no further than American University’s new master’s degree in Mathematics of Information and Security.
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Achievements ·

Inspiring Grad Stories: Lili Zigo

Faith and family fueled this AU grad’s improbable journey.
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Student Life ·

Gates Scholars Raise the Bar

Gates Millennium Scholarship recipients share their experiences with the program and their time at AU.
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Achievements ·

First Generation, Next Generation: Yami Payano Organizes and Connects

The AUSG president is a winner of AU’s inaugural MLK Service Award.
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Announcements

  • 36th Quality and Productivity Research Conference on June 11-13, 2019, and the one-day short course “Big Data Analytics: Dealing with Structured, Semi-structured, and Unstructured Data”

  • Michael Robinson received $16,700 (total estimated award amount for Phase I, $150,000) from the Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) for his project "DARPA AIDA, Topological Hypothesis Management in a Hypergraph Knowledgebase."

  • Monica Jackson received a $100,000 grant from the National Security Agency for her research titled, "Summer Program in Research and Learning,” in addition to grantes from the Mathematical Association of America the Delta Kappa Gamma International Education Society.