Awards, Honors and Grants

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  1. PI, 2017, The American Mathematical Society award $1,350 
  2. PI, 2017, NSF-AWM (Association for Women in Mathematics) Award, $2,136
  3. PI, 2017-2018, PSC-CUNY Award Tradition B # 69625-00 48, $4,530
  4. 2017, Honored by the Chancellor Milliken and the Vice Chancellor Rabinowitz of the CUNY on the occasion of the ``Salute to Scholars" in honor of outstanding scholarly achievements. 
  5. PI, 2016-2017, PSC-CUNY Award Tradition B # 69625-00 47
  6. PI, 2016, NSF-AWM (Association for Women in Mathematics) Award.
  7. 2016, Honored by the Chancellor Milliken and the Vice Chancellor Rabinowitz of the CUNY on the occasion of the ``Salute to Scholars" in honor of outstanding scholarly achievements.  
  8. Feliks Gross Endowment Award, City University of New York’s Highest Award for Assistant Professors, 2015 (Press) -  This is the City University of New York's (CUNY) highest award for assistant professors iin recognition of outstanding research, or potential for such, in the humanities or sciences. 
  9. PI, The International Excellence in Mathematics Research Grant from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain, June -July 2015 
  10. PI, NSF grant, $49,704.00,  DMS-1501066, 2015-2016. (Co-PI's: Alex Iosevich and Gestur Olafsson)
  11. Honored by the Chancellor and the Vice Chancellor of the CUNY for outstanding scholarly achievements, 2015.
  12. PI,  PSC-CUNY Research Grant (Tradition B 45-446), 2014-2015 # 67736-00 45
  13. Appointed as a doctoral faculty of the Graduate School and University Center’s Ph.D. Program in Mathematics, effective Fall 2014. 
  14. PI, 2013-2014, NSF-AWM (Association for Women in Mathematics) Award
  15. Co-PI, 2013-2014, Community College Collaborative Incentive Research Grant (C3IRG), Project entitled:Active and Passive Deformation in the Motion of a Compliant Fiber
  16. PI, 2012-2013, PSC-CUNY Research Grant (Tradition B)
  17. PI, 2012-2013, NSF-AWM (Association for Women in Mathematics) Award
  18. PI, 2011, William Steward Award, City University of New York (CUNY)
  19. Co-PI, 2009, collaborative research award, Saint Louis University
  20. PI, 2008, visiting grant, Texas A&M University
  21. PI, 2008, Women for Math Science Award, Technical University of Munich, Germany
  22. PI, 2007, research grant, Stony Brook University
  23. PI, 2006-2008, Marie Curie Fellow
  24. PI, 2002-2005, research grant, German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst - DAAD)
  25. PI, 2001-2002, research grant, German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst - DAAD)

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