• Each year, the department honors those students who have distinguished themselves in mathematics.

Fall 2016

  • Newton Award
    • Daniel Akimchuk
    • Liam Barry
    • Alexander Bredikin
    • Anthony DiBernardo
    • Samuel Factor
    • Peter Gehres
    • Bradley Keith
    • Trevor Nardone
    • Kimberly Newman
    • Jacob O’Brien
    • Edward Passero
    • James VanDeventer
    • Bryce Wheeler
  • Ramanujan Award
    • Ann Cooney
    • Brittany Dyer
    • Sethavatey Limsreng
    • Kenneth Potts
    • Yifan Tang
    • Charity Willett 
  • Noether Award
    • Toryn Avery
    • Emily Barrett
    • Ryan Bianconi
    • Charity Willett 

Spring 2016

  • Senior Award in Mathematics: Linda Crandall and Sam Lloyd

Fall 2015

  • Newton Award
    • Eleanor Almeida
    • Jonathan Burger
    • Corey Ewanow
    • Dallas Fonseca
    • Alexander Gable
    • Kyle Markwardt
    • Charles Mauser
    • Melissa McGahan
    • Yifan Tang
    • Charity Willett
  • Ramanujan Award
    • Emily Barrett
    • Nicholas DiNapoli
    • Wahid Khan
    • Benjamin Morse
    • Kaloyan Popzlatev
    • Joseph Quinn
    • Gabe Radoccia-Feuerstein
    • Nicole Schulte
    • Samuel Stromswold
    • Nathan Wolf
  • Noether Award
    • Nicole Dardano
    • Emma Duncan
    • Caitlin Wormsley

Spring 2015

  • Senior Award in Mathematics: Katharine Ahrens

Awards Descriptions

Fall Awards

  • Newton Award in Mathematics - given to students with a GPA of 3.7 or higher in introductory courses that apply to the mathematics degree.  At least two such courses must have been completed.
  • Ramanujan Award in Mathematics - given to students with a GPA of 3.7 or higher in mathematics courses at level 2 or higher, with at least two of these courses completed. 
  • Noether Award in Mathematics - is given to students with a GPA of 3.7 or higher in mathematics courses at level 3 or higher, with at least two of these courses completed.  

Senior Awards

  • The Senior Award is given to graduating seniors who, in addition to outstanding achievement in coursework, have significant accomplishments in mathematics, such as conference presentations, publications, and/or Honors. This award is presented in the Spring