Dr. Anna Haensch - Named US Junior Oberwolfach Fellow
Dr. Anna Haensch, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, recently named US Junior Oberwolfach Fellow. Dr. Haensch was awarded a travel grant to attend a workshop "Reflection Groups in Spaces of Negative Curvature," at the Oberwolfach Research Institute (MFO) in Oberwolfach Germany where she gave a lecture "Problems of computation and enumeration with quadratic forms." Congratulations Anna!
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