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We are hiring!

We are seeking to hire one or more 3-year Assistant Professors and also a Lecturer.  Please refer to our Positions page for more information.

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Québec/Maine Number Theory Conference

The 2018 Québec/Maine Number Theory Conference was held on the weekend of October 6-7 at the Université Laval in Québec.  Organized jointly by faculty at UMaine and ULaval, it featured lectures by an international group of mathematicians who do research in number theory.  More information may be found on the conference website.

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Ramesh Gupta named Trustee Professor

In recognition of his innumerable contributions to the field of Statistics, Ramesh Gupta has been awarded a Trustee Professorship. The Trustee Professorships were established by the University of Maine System Board of Trustees to honor and support the scholarly endeavors of outstanding faculty.

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Maine/Québec Number Theory Conference

The 2017 Maine/Québec Number Theory Conference was held on the weekend of October 14-15 at the University of Maine.  It featured 51 lectures by an international group of mathematicians who do research in number theory.  More information may be found on the conference website.

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In Memoriam: Clayton Dodge (1931-2017)

Clayton Dodge, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at the University of Maine, died on January 22, 2017. Professor Dodge taught mathematics in the department from 1956-1997.  His obituary can be found here.

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MA student Kenn Bundy in UMaine news

University of Maine Mathematics MA student Kenneth Bundy is working in Prof. Ali Abedi’s WiSe-Net Lab on wireless sensor technology.  You can read about their work in this UMaine news article.

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2016 Math Contest Winners

The Annual University of Maine Mathematics Contest took place in November.  The contest consisted of challenging calculus problems, to be completed over one weekend.  23 students participated. The  winners for 2016 are: Calculus 1: 1st Prize ($150): Ethan Plourde 2nd Prize ($100): Evangeline Jerome 3rd Prize ($50 each): Spencer Goulette and Ayala Cnaan. Calculus II: 1st prize ($150): Dante Castro 2nd […]

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Math Lecturers receive RISE grants

Jen Tyne, Paula Drewniany, and Todd Zoroya, Lecturers in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, are recipients of the RISE Center’s Faculty Course Modification Incentive Grants.  These funds are used to improve the quality of math instruction and to encourage talented students in STEM to experience an aspect of teaching in those fields.  In sections of […]

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