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New Mathematics Lecture Series - The Mobius Lecture Series - Begins April 22
[4/20/2014]

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Baylor's Putnam Math Team Scores Well in National Competition
[4/21/2014]

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CareerCast.Com Names "Mathematician" as the Most Desirable Job in the World
[4/20/2014]

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Gunther Uhlmann to Give Eighth Annual 'Baylor Lecture Series in Mathematics' Talks
[4/21/2014]

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Ed Burger Speaks in Sixth Annual Baylor Undergraduate Lecture Series in Mathematics
[7/15/2013]

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Bonnie Ray (Baylor, '85) Delivers Fifth Annual Life Experiences in Mathematics lecture
[7/15/2013]

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Jon Keating, FRS, Gives Seventh Annual 'Baylor Lecture Series in Mathematics' talks
[7/11/2013]

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Klaus Kirsten Co-Organizer of MSRI Summer Graduate Workshop
[4/13/2008]
Professor Klaus Kirsten (Baylor University) and Professor Floyd Williams (University of Massachussetts) are organizing a two week Summer Graduate Workshop at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) at The University of California - Berkeley from June 16-29, 2008.
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Sectional Meeting of the AMS at Baylor University in 2009
[4/14/2008]
Baylor University will host a Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society from October 16-18, 2009.
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Henderson and Sheng to edit special issue on PDE's
[7/3/2008]
It has been evident that many important mathematical modeling equations at the quantum level are accomplished through combinations of physical models from discrete-atomistic to continuum-macroscopic responses. On the other hand, new theories and methods, including the time scales theory, provide powerful tools for the analysis of the combined modeling systems and computational applications. Novel finite difference and hybrid schemes have been developed for solving the complex equations established via highly flexible approximation strategies
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