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Mathematics' Paul Eakin Inducted Into A&S Hall of Fame

Three alumni and one faculty member were inducted into the University of Kentucky

Trio of NSF Grants Adds Up to Excellence in Mathematics Research in A&S

By Richard LeComte 

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Three assistant professors in the University of Kentucky’s Mathematics Department in the College of Arts & Sciences have received National Science Foundation grants, demonstrating how the College’s junior faculty are pursuing research and outside funding. The professors are Khrystyna Serhiyenko, Duc Nguyen and Ding Lu. 

A&S 2021 Hall of Fame

Friday, October 15, 2021 - 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Worsham Theater/Virtual

Hall of Fame: October 15, 2021 @ 6 p.m.

Location: Gatton Student Center, Worsham Theater
160 Avenue of Champions
Lexington, Kentucky

Hotel Information: To reserve lodging at the Hilton Lexington Downtown, 369 W. Vine St., at the A&S Hall of Fame discounted group rate, click here.

This year's Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony & Reception will honor: 


  • Barbara Bailey Cowden, B.G.S. '77
  • Gurney Norman, English '59
  • William H. Turner, Ph.D., Sociology '68


  • Paul M. Eakin, Department of Mathematics
Learn more about this year's event and inductees here.
The ceremony will be broadcast live on YouTube at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4x6aR5FCMA

Hayden Howard Lecture: How do Partial Differential Equations detect Geometry in Euclidean space?

Thursday, April 8, 2021 - 4:00pm
Online - Zoom

How do Partial Differential Equations detect Geometry in Euclidean space?

In this talk we will present an area of analysis that is concerned with the relationship between differential operators, the properties of their solutions, and the geometry of the domain on which they are considered. The goal is to highlight how analytic properties of solutions to PDEs determine the geometry of the domain where they are considered. The tools used in this area come from analysis of partial differential equations, harmonic analysis and geometric measure theory.

A native of Colombia, Tatiana Toro received her Ph.D. in Mathematics from Stanford University in 1992. She is well known for her seminal work on the interplay between the geometry of the domains and regularity properties of solutions of elliptic partial differential equations. She was an invited speaker for the Analysis session at the ICM 2010 in Hyderabad, India, and delivered the first annual AMS Mirzakhani Lecture at the Joint Mathematical Meeting in Denver in January 2020. Her list of honors includes Fellow of AMS, Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, Simons Foundation Fellowship, and Alfred Sloan Fellowship. She currently holds the Craig McKibben and Sarah Merner Professorship in Mathematics at University of Washington.


Alumni Day Mathematics 2021

Date: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Mar 29-Apr 2, 2021
Location: Zoom


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