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Undergraduate Program

Awards

Guterman Award

Martin GutermanThe Martin Guterman Award, in memory of Marty Guterman, beloved faculty member in the Department of Mathematics, is awarded to the first-year student with the highest academic achievement in mathematics to encourage further study in that field.

Previous winners:
2016 Daniel Levitin '19
and Ivan G. Tsenov '19
2015 Tejas Joshi, '18
2014 Adrian Devitt-Lee '17
2013 Zachary Tripp '16
2012 Matthew Ryan '15
2011 Bethanne Goldman '14
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2009 Sarah M. Cannon '12
2008 Yuantee Zhu '11
2007 Paul A. Szerlip '10
2005 David Kant '08
2006 Jason B. Richards '06
2004 Daniel L. Jones '07

Kaye Memorial Prize

The Ralph S. Kaye Memorial Prize is awarded to a junior or senior who, at the conclusion of two years or more of mathematics courses and irrespective of the major field of concentration, demonstrates a favorable combination of proficiency in mathematics and participation in extracurricular activities. The prize was founded in 1947 by members of the Omicron Chapter of the Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity in honor of Ralph Sumner Kaye, of the Class of 1937, who was killed in action in World War II.

Previous winners: (incomplete list)
2016 Robert J. Costa '16
and Sarah C. Reitzer '16
2015 Thomas Snarsky, '15
2014 Eric Kernfield '14
2013 Daniel Fortunato, '13
2012 Victor Minden '12
2011 Jonathan Carifio '11
2010 Matthew C. Weiser '10
2009 Adam J. Raczkowski '09
2008 Tania Bakhos '08
2007 Jessica M. Bauman '07
2006 Jillian J. Rennie '06
2005 Michael Kastoryano '05
2004 Michael A. Burr '04
2003 Joshua R. Markey '03
2002 Timothy L. Mitchell '02
2001 Neil H. Farbman '01
2000 Suzanne 00
1999 Tai A. Melcher '99
1997 Meg Boschetto '97
1996 Dara H. Burnstein '97 and
Kei Nakamura '98
1994 David Corey '94 and
Adam Lewis Pressel '94
1992 Michael Herstine '92
1991 Tse Sheng Judy Wang '91
1990 Dov M. Kolker '90 and
Alexander H. Weintraub '90
1989 Steven A. Wilmarth '89
1988 Tannaz M. Daver '88
1987 Jean M. Carbone '87
1986 Rebecca A. Wagner '86
1985 Bruce F. Torrence '85
1983 Jeffrey Porter Sample '83
1980 Maria A. Oquendo '80
1979 Bruce Stachenfeld '79
1978 Glen A. Kohl '78
1976 Mark R. Wilson '77
1975 Robert J. Quinn '76
1973 Arthur W. Berger '74
1972 Achod A. Kargodorian '73
1971 Ned Ira Rosen '72
1970 Louis Wang '71
1969 Susan Jane Siegel '70
1968 David Field Winchell '69
1947 Richard Paul Benoit

Wiener Award

Norbert WienerThe Norbert Wiener Award in Mathematics is given on those rare occasions when a student exhibits such prodigious strength in mathematics as to recall the highly unusual talents of Norbert Wiener '09, who went on to become one of the giants of twentieth-century mathematics. Aside from his vast legacy within mathematics, he left his mark on popular culture by founding the discipline and coining the term "cybernetics," which has spawned today's notions of cyberspace.

Previous winners:
2016 Adrian Devitt-Lee '17 and Zachary D. Tripp '17
2015 Anschel Schaffer-Cohen, '15
2012 Sarah Cannon '12
2007 Peter C. Risch '08
2000 Reid Barton