UW-Milwaukee Mathematical Sciences Assistant Professor Wei Wei, Ph.D. Graduate Student Nyles Breecher, Undergraduate Brielle Shortreed and Atmospheric Science Alumnus Timothy Halbach, were recognized for their accomplishments and works during the month of May.
Wei Wei, Mathematical Sciences Assistant Professor, published a work titled “Properties of Stochastic Arrangement Increasing and Their Applications in Allocation Problems” in Risks, 6(2): 49. View the work here.
Nyles Breecher, Mathematical Sciences Teaching Assistant, is a finalist for UW-Milwaukee’s Inaugural Three Minute Thesis Competition. Breecher’s three minute thesis is titled “Pricing on the Fly: Modeling Price Changes”. More information can be found here.
Brielle Shortreed, Mathematical Sciences and Biological Sciences undergraduate student, was encouraged by Gabriella Pinter, Mathematical Sciences Professor, to apply for a prestigious internship in which she surpassed 260 other applicants. Shortreed began studying ocean microbiology at her internship early May at the University of Tennessee.
Timothy Halbach, ’01, BS; ’03, M.S. Atmospheric Science, is employed as a meteorologist with the National Weather Service and reports that Wisconsin could be expecting a violent tornado soon. View the article here.
*All accomplishments were originally noted in College of Letters & Science In Focus May 2018 Newsletter.