MATHEMATICS STUDENT AWARDS

There are excellent mathematics students. They deserve recognitions and awards. To encourage students pursuing a math degree, increase the pride of being a math student, and support the mathematics students, the Mathematics Department offers the following four awards to recognize outstanding mathematics majors and graduate students with the following procedure to select award winners:

  • Nominations will be made by all faculty members in April of each year;
  • Recommendation will be made by an Award Committee;
  • Winners will be approved by the full-time mathematics faculty;
  • Awards will be announced and presented at the annual picnic of the Department of Mathematics in May of the year. Each winner will receive a certificate and $500.

Past award winners are found here.

Aslan Outstanding Graduate of Graduate Mathematics Students: Factors to be considered for this award includes GPA, teaching, graduate comprehensive exams, project or thesis, conference attendance, conference presentations and publications.

Aslan Outstanding Graduate of Undergraduate Mathematics Students: Factors to be considered for this award include GPA, Involvement in the math club, conference attendance, conference presentations, undergraduate research projects.

L-3 Communications Excellence in General Mathematics: Factors to be considered for this award include mathematics major, evidence of commitment to math major, at least 20 credit hours of mathematics major requirements with an average of 3.0 or better at TAMUC, overall GPA 3.0 or higher, involvement in the math club, conference attendance, conference presentations, undergraduate research projects, service to the university and math department.

Excellence in Mathematics Education: 7-12 Math Major, evidence of commitment to the 7-12 math major, at least 20 credit hours of mathematics major requirements with an average of 3.0 or better at TAMUC, overall GPA 3.0 or higher, involvement in the math club, conference attendance, conference presentations, undergraduate research projects, service to the university and math department.