Dr. Rachael Neilan - Receives John G. Rangos Award
Rachel Miller Neilan, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts, is awarded the inaugural 2019 John G. Rangos Prizes for Faculty and Students for her proposal, Solving Real-World Problems Using Agent-Based Modeling.
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