CAMPUS NEWS: OCTOBER 16, 2023

NSF MATH GRANT

University of New Orleans Mathematician Awarded $800K Grant from National Science Foundation

Share this article

UNO math professor Peter Bierhorst has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to further his research in quantum entanglement, a physics phenomenon whereby two microscopic particles such as photons or electrons, can appear to act in concert instantaneously even when tested miles apart. (Image credit: MARK GARLICK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY via Getty Images.)

UNO math professor Peter Bierhorst has been awarded a NSF grant to further his research in quantum entanglement, a physics phenomenon where two microscopic particles can appear to act in concert even when tested miles apart.(Mark Garlick via Getty Images)

The Artist Book Collection, a group of more than 75 handmade books, is now on display in the Louisiana and Special Collections at the Earl K. Long Library. March 1, 2024
Artist Book Collection Moves to the University of New Orleans Special Collections
The Artist Book Collection, a group of more than 75 handmade books, has been donated to the University of New Orleans and is now on display in the   Read more
University of New Orleans engineering students layer a concrete mixture on the canoe they will race as part of the engineering competitions to be held at UNO during the American Society of Civil Engineers Gulf Coast Student Symposium. February 28, 2024
UNO Will Host 2024 ASCE Gulf Coast Student Symposium March 7-9
The University of New Orleans student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers is hosting the largest gathering of engineering universiti  Read more
National Engineers Day highlights the invaluable contributions of engineers across many disciplines and the hundreds of students visiting UNO on Feb. 21 to celebrate were able to experience the wonders of engineering through interactive activities. February 26, 2024
UNO Celebrated The Ingenuity of Problem Solving With National Engineers Day
The University of New Orleans celebrated the value of engineering studies with a daylong event for area middle and high school students on Feb.  Read more