## Mathematics and Statistics

adriana**David Wollkind**, emeritus professor, and **Bonni Dichone**, alumnus (PhD 2011),** mathematics and statistics**, coauthored *Pulling Rabbits Out of Hats* (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group),

**David Wollkind**, emeritus professor, and **Bonni Dichone**, alumnus (PhD 2011),** mathematics and statistics**, coauthored *Pulling Rabbits Out of Hats* (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group),

**Dean Johnson**, scholarly associate professor, **mathematics and statistics**, co-edited a special issue of *Stat*, journal of the International Statistical Institute, devoted to statistical consulting and collaboration.

**Alexander Khapalov**, professor, **mathematics and statistics**, authored the monograph *Bio-Mimetic Swimmers in Incompressible Fluids: Modeling, Well-Posedness, and Controllability (Advances in Mathematical Fluid Mechanics), *forthcoming from Birkhäuser.

**Dean Johnson**, scholarly associate professor, **mathematics and statistics**, was selected to receive the American Statistical Association’s Statistical Consulting Section’s “best topic” award for a session he organized titled “Challenging Collaborations and Lessons Learned” for the ASA Joint Statistical Meetings.

**Daryl DeFord**, assistant professor of **data analytics, mathematics and statistics**, coauthored “Recombination: A Family of Markov Chains for Redistricting” in *Harvard Data Science Review*.

**Michael Tsatsomeros**, professor, **mathematics and statistics**, co-authored *Matrix Positivity* (Cambridge University Press).

**Judi J. McDonald,** professor, **mathematics and statistics,** coauthored *Linear Algebra and Its Applications*, 6th Edition (Pearson Books).

**Nairanjana (Jan) Dasgupta**, professor, **mathematics and statistics** and **data analytics**, was elected president of the international Caucus for Women in Statistics.

**Nairanjana “Jan” Dasgupta**, professor, **mathematics and statistics**, and director, **data analytics**, was elected president of the international Caucus for Women in Statistics for the term beginning in 2021.

**Emily Lewis,** graduate program coordinator, **mathematics and statistics,** received the 2020 CAS award for Early Career Achievement in Civil Service.