I participated in my very first organized run last weekend: the 5K race in the Fredericton Fall Classic 2023. Pretty happy with my time, and I won a jar of blueberry jam!
I had the great pleasure of teaching the course Numerical methods for differential equations for the fourth time in the winter of 2022. This time, it was part of the AARMS Advanced Course Program, which allowed students from outside of the University of New Brunswick to participate.
In lieu of a final exam there was a final project where students could study any topic of interest using the methods learned throughout the term. Part of the final submission was a poster similar to those presented at a scientific conference. I think these turned out great, and I’m happy to share a selection (with the students’ permission) below. Enjoy!
I got some good news the other day: I have been selected to be a University Research Scholar at the University of New Brunswick from July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2024 (pending final approval by the Board of Governors).
The award of University Research Scholar honours members of the active faculty complement of the University of New Brunswick (UNB) who have demonstrated a consistently high level of scholarship, and whose research is, or has the potential to be, of international stature.UNB website
I’d like to sincerely thank all my colleagues who nominated me for this and wrote letters of support. I’d also like to congratulate Aurora Nedelcu from the Department of Biology at UNB (Fredericton) for also being named to this position.
Here is a list of past award winners.
EDIT: Guess this is official now.
A retrospective of the pumpkins since Halloween 2013. The stranger choices were definitely due to my daughters.