The SSC 2010 Distinguished Service Award is awarded to Paul Cabilio
Acadia hosts CNTA XI Conference :: July 11-16, 20102009
Dr. Hugh Chipman is the 2009 winner of the CRM-SSC
(Centre de recherches mathématiques and Statistical Society of Canada)
Dr. Hugh Chipman elected as Fellow (American Statistical Assoc )
Pritam Ranjan joins the
A “Golden A” award was presented to Yingru
(Celia) Huang at the Graduation Banquet on Sunday, May 13, 2007.
Celia was given this award for having maintained a sound academic
standing, having displayed outstanding qualities of leadership and
character, and having made significant contributions to university
life at Acadia.
Dr. Jeff Hooper was awarded the third
Presidential Fellow of Engaged Learning. Funding for this fellowship
will be used over the next two years to develop and pilot a course
design project entitled Foster Active Learning In Science.
ACMMaC and the Department hosted a
summer training and
research workshop on High Performance Computing in July. Over
60 students and researchers participated in the week-long event.
Wilson Lu and Eva Curry join the department. Welcome!!
At the 35th Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada in St John's, Newfoundland, an Acadia honours undergraduate student, Yingru (Celia) Huang, presented her research, Analysis of the Growth of the Blanding’s Turtle, under the supervisions of Dr. Ying Zhang and Dr. Paul Cabilio.
(L-R) Yunsong Cui, Paul Cabilio, Ying Zhang, and Yingru Huang.
Math students take first place in the annual Apple Blossom Duck Race! Below (L-R) are Colin Turner, Ben Hartling, Sophie Burrill, Matt Corkum, Don Patterson, and Shannon Kennedy. Photo courtesy of the Advertiser.
The Mathematics of Information Technology and Complex Systems (MITACS) featured Erika Nahm, a current graduate student, in the Annual Report 2005 (see page 5).
Yingru Huang (Celia) is the winner of the Acadia's International Student of the Year 2006 award.
Celia is also the winner of the recently held Money Talks Speech Competition on The Corporate Role and Responsibility in Social Programs.
Also at this year's APICS conference, two Acadia students, Heather Ingo and Celia Huang, won the award for best presentation: Improved Programs for Nonparametric Tests.
Dr. Hugh Chipman joins the department as the Canada Research Chair in Mathematical Modelling. Dr. Chipman is a graduate of Acadia with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Mathematics and Statistics. Dr. Chipman, a statistician with a specialty in predictive modelling, will apply mathematical modelling techniques to various fields of study including drug discovery, manufacturing, security and genomics.
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