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Math Department Awards

2024 Math Graduates Reception

K. Brooks and Marion Reid Student Achievement Awards

Thanks to a generous donation by the Founding Librarian Dean and Librarian Emerita Marion Reid and Founding Faculty Member and Professor Emeritus K. Brooks Reid, the department will be able to give three awards to students at the end of each spring semester, starting in 2023.   Two awards will be given to undergraduate students for Discrete Mathematics and Algebra or Analysis and a third will be awarded to a graduate student in Mathematics.  These awards are based on academic performance (exams, presentations, papers, or final grade) and awarded each spring.   Each awardee will receive $600. 

  • Algebra/Analysis Award

    The purpose of this award is to recognize undergraduate students with the most outstanding academic performance in Algebra or Analysis upper division or graduate course(s).  

    2024 Awardee: Carmen Gutierrez

    2023 Awardee: Cameron Ginn

  • Discrete Mathematics Award

    The purpose of this award is to recognize undergraduate students with the most outstanding academic performance in Discrete Mathematics upper division or graduate course(s).  

    2024 Awardee: Thomas Cameron

    2023 Awardee: Tyler Weaver

  • Graduate Student Achievement Award

    The purpose of this award is to recognize graduate students with the most outstanding academic performance in their graduate course(s).  A student cannot receive this award twice.

    2024 Awardee: Trevor Ryback

    2023 Awardee: Haoyang Lu


*NEW IN 2024! Outstanding Graduate Awards


Outstanding Faculty-Student Collaboration

The Outstanding Faculty-Student Collaboration Award honors a tenure-track faculty member and a student from each department in the College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics for achievement in the area of collaboration on a project related to research and/or teaching.   CSTEM prides itself on active student research and the teacher-scholar model. This award will showcase how closely our faculty work together with our students on innovative projects, while helping our students learn and grow from the experience. 

2024 Awardees: Dr. Wayne Aitken and Jesse Stevenson

Wolfram Award

The Wolfram Award is given to an undergraduate student for achivements in computational science.  Students incorporating computation into their undergraduate research projects or as part of advanced coursework are eligible for nomination.

2024 Awardee: Maxwell King

Office of Graduate Studies Grand Slam

The Annual Grad Slam is a campus-wide research communication competition where both undergraduate and graduate students present their research and scholarly work in a concise and engaging manner to a non-specialist audience. It challenges participants to distill complex ideas into clear and compelling presentations within a short time frame. The goal is to effectively communicate the significance and impact of their research in a way that is accessible and engaging to a wide audience.

2024 Grand Slam Runner Up: Dylan Scofield