Grants
This list highlights the grants our faculty has received to fund their research, organize conferences and support teaching.

External Research and Travel Grant
Collaboration on problems in graph theory, and geometric analysis on graphs
Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians, 09/201708/2022, $42,000
Paul Horn (PI)Ramsey Theory, Set Theory, and Tukey Order
National Science Foundation, 20162019, $129,995
Natasha Dobrinen (PI)Curvature and Geometric Analysis of Graphs
Mathematical Sciences Program at National Security Agency, 20162017, $40,000
Paul Horn (PI)Topics in Symbolic Dynamics
National Science Foundation, 20152018, $161,416
Ronnie Pavlov (PI)Moufang Semiloops
Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians, 09/201508/2020, $35,000
Michael Kinyon (PI)Health Monitoring System
ICT Fund, UAE, 20142016, AED 2,728,948 = $742,934
Shayma Alkobaysi (PI, UAEU), Petr Vojtechovsky (consultant), et al.Vertex Algebras, Invariant Theory, and Commutative Algebra
Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians, 09/201408/2019, $35,000
Andrew Linshaw (PI)Ramsey Theory, Set Theory, and Tukey Order
National Science Foundation, September 2013August 2016, $114,368
Natasha Dobrinen (PI)Random Graphs: A Mathematical Physics Perspective
National Science Foundation, July 2013May 2016, $100,831
Mei Yin (PI)CNIC:USUAE Planning Visit: Development of Research Collaborations on Spatiotemporal Modeling and Analysis of Mobile Sensor Data in Evaluating Environmental Exposures
National Science Foundation, October 2013September 2014, $34,598
Wan Bae (PI, University of WisconsinStout), Petr Vojtechovsky (consultant)Classification of Tukey types of ultrafilters
Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians, 09/201208/2017, $35,000
Natasha Dobrinen (PI)Algebraic Proof Theory
Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians, 09/201208/2017, $35,000
Nikolaos Galatos (PI) 
External Math Education Grants
Access in Mathematics for All: Increasing the number of diverse and lowincome STEM majors who become secondary school mathematics teachers
National Science Foundation, 09/201408/2016, $349,971
Richard Kitchen (PI, College of Education), Alvaro Arias (coPI), et al.Kids Play Math Primary School Mathematics Education and Teacher Training Program
Toyota USA Foundation, 2012, $499,545,
Mario Lopez, Alvaro Arias and Jeff Farmer (coPIs)Improving Teacher Quality
Colorado Department of Education, 2012, $300,000
Kent Siedel (PI, College of Education), Jeff Farmer (mathematics lead), Allegra Reiber 
External Conference Grants
Fourth Mile High Conference on Nonassociative Mathematics
National Science Foundation, 2017, $15,000
Petr Vojtechovsky (PI) and Michael Kinyon (coPI)Collaborative Research: Rocky MountainsGreat Plains Graduate Research Conferences in Combinatorics
National Science Foundation, 2016, $91,393
P. Horn (PI), M. Lopez (coPI), M. Yin (coPI)3rd Rocky MountainsGreat Plains Graduate Research Conference in Combinatorics
National Security Agency, 2016, $11,259
P. Horn (coPI)2015 Rocky MountainGreat Plains Graduate Research Workshop in Combinatorics
Natoional Science Foundation, 2015, $23,408.00
Leslie Hogben (PI, Iowa State), P. Horn (coPI), et al.The Rocky MountainGreat Plains Graduate Workshop in Combinatorics
National Science Foundation, 2014, $23,996
M. Ferrara (PI, CU Denver), P. Horn (coPI), et al.Conference on Infinitary Ramsey Theory
National Science Foundation, 2014, $10,200
Natasha Dobrinen (PI)2014 Pingree Park Dynamical Systems School: Foundations and Frontiers of Symbolic Dynamics
National Science Foundation, 2014, $25,000
Nicholas Ormes (PI) and Ronald Pavlov (coPI)3rd Mile High Conference on Nonassociative Mathematics
National Science Foundation, 2013, $18,000
Michael Kinyon (PI) and Petr Vojtechovsky (coPI) 
Internal Research and Travel Grants
Classification of nonassociative binary algebras
PROF research grant, 2016, $17,320
Petr Vojtechovsky (PI)Combinatorial Aspects of Sensor Networks
PROF research grant, 2015, $29,479
P. Horn and M. Lopez (PIs)Quantum HyperTopologies
PROF research grant, 2013, $20,000
Frederic Latremoliere (PI)Loop Theory: A Textbook
PROF research grant, 2012, $25,280
Michael Kinyon and Petr Vojtechovsky (PIs)Proof Theory in LatticeOrdered Groups
Faculty Research Fund, 2012, $3,000
Nick Galatos (PI)Automatic Quasigroups
Faculty Research Fund, 2012, $3,000
Michael Kinyon (PI) 
Internal Teaching/Curricular Grants
Creating Online/Hybrid Courses Project
Office of Teaching and Learning, 2012, $3,000 + $3,000
Nick Galatos (PI), Allegra Reiber (PI)Teaching Excellence in Departments: Mathematics
Office of Teaching and Learning, 2012, $15,000
Nic Ormes (PI), Nick Galatos, Deb Carney (mathematics leads), all math faculty (coPIs)