Jacob Raymond completed his BA Honors in Financial Mathematics and Economics in the winter of 2019. During his CO-OP placements, he worked three times at Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED), specifically in the Manufacturing and Life Sciences Branch, where he demonstrated excellence through his dedication, professionalism and integrity. Working at ISED has allowed him to learn new skills, including learning more about programming languages such as Python. Adam Slade, his supervisor, admires Jacob’s ability “to work in a multi-disciplinary environment, with our computer scientists and business analysts to bridge the knowledge gaps between these fields.”
Dr. Joseph Khoury received funding for outreach activities from the NSERC's PromoScience program. The funding will support our outreach activities such as Math Horizons Day, Math Camp and Math Club, and will allow the creation of new initiatives.
The Fellows Program was instituted to recognize mathematicians who have made very significant contributions to the profession and to the Canadian Mathematical Society. It recognizes CMS members who have contributed to mathematical research, teaching, or exposition; as well as having distinguished themselves in serve to Canada’s mathematical community. Read the media release.
Professor Kousha has been involve in the CMS Math Camps at the University of Ottawa as a counselor and lecturer since 2007 and she is looking forward to the exciting challenges of her new position as Executive Director of the Canadian Mathematical Society.
Thierry Giordano was named a Fellow of the Fields Institute for the Mathematical Sciences, in recognition of having “contributed in a significant way to activities at the Fields Institute and within the Canadian mathematical community.” Prof. Giordano also became a member of the Board of Directors of the Fields institute.