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Emma Previato’s CV

Emma Previato,  Fellow of the American Mathematical Society (inaugural class of 2012), is a professor of mathematics at Boston University.

She earned a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Harvard University, has published over 80 research articles and (co-)edited six books, given several hundreds domestic and international presentations and organized several international research workshops and conferences. She serves on the Editorial Board of several peer-reviewed journals.

She was the recipient of the MAA/Northeastern Section 2003 Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics, of the Boston University Honorary Scarlet Key 2015-2016, and of the Who’s Who 2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. She teaches and mentors mathematics students, was the advisor of seven Ph.D. students, founded the BU Student Chapters of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) and of the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM), organized several undergraduate symposia and, since 2004, an annual outreach symposium, AFRAMATH.

She serves as mentor in several programs, at BU and outside, including: Mentorship offered to the Boston Public Schools Scholars and to STEM special-residence students; Service as facilitator for the Responsible Conduct of Research Program; Service on the Boston University Premedical and Predental Advisory Board; Participation in the Women In Science and Engineering network, and co-organization of campus-wide workshops; AWM Mentoring Network; Service on the Radcliffe Mentor Program Advisory Committee; and Resource Scientist for National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF-GRFP) applicants.

This page shows her mathematical family tree:
and this page reviews her publications: