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Congratulations to our 2022 Graduates!

Congratulations to our 2022 Graduates!

Congratulations to our graduates! The Department of Mathematics and Statistics would like to thank you all for your hard work and dedication these last years. We hope that you have appreciated your time as much we have enjoyed teaching you.

Each year the Department gives out awards to outstanding graduates for their service, leadership and academic achievement, at our Awards Celebration.

Congratulations to all of the recipients below, and thanks to all for coming to our event! (Additional photos below.)

 

Zoe Christenson – Joseph Zajdel Memorial Award

This award, in memory of the late Professor Joseph Zajdel, is presented to a graduating senior who has exhibited remarkable academic performance in the mathematical sciences.

 

Evan Cole – Richard Driscoll Award

Dr. Richard J. Driscoll was a faculty member in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics for 35 years, retiring in 1993. This award is presented for outstanding academic achievement in mathematics.

 

Rachel Gordon – Fr. Rust, S.J. Memorial Award

The late Rev. Charles Rust, S.J. was a member of the Department of Mathematical Sciences from 1958 to 1984. This award is presented to a senior who has achieved an outstanding academic record in mathematics or statistics.

 

Adolfo Medina – Robert Reisel Memorial Award

This award, in honor of the late faculty member Dr. Robert Reisel, is given to a student who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in advanced mathematics courses.

 

Samantha Miller – Fr. VandeVelde, S.J. Memorial Award

This award honors the late Fr. R.J. VandeVelde, S.J. who served as Chair and faculty member of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and is awarded to a student who has demonstrated both academic excellence in mathematics and a commitment to service to others.

 

Corinne Steuk – Fr. Gerst, S.J. Memorial Award

The late Francis Gerst, S.J. was a member of the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences from 1931 to 1962. This award is presented to a graduate who has achieved an outstanding academic record in mathematics or statistics.