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Graduate students, Tim Emerick and Carolyn Yarnall receive graduate teaching award honorable mention for 2013.
2013 Edwin E. Floyd Prize in Mathematics was given to Ahsan Khan and Calvin McPhail-Snyder. The prize is awarded to second- or third-year students who show exceptional promise in mathematics.
2013 E. J. McShane Prize in Mathematics was given to Casey Mihaloew, Fei Song, and Sittipong Thamrongpairoj for their achievements in mathematics.
2013 William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition Award was given to undergraduate, Fey Song, for her outstanding score on the exam. Congratulations to the entire team, Christopher Olund, Fei Song, and Sittipong Thamrongpairoj. The team ranked 15th of 402.
Graduate student, Ajay Chandra, has won the Teaching Resource Center's Graduate Teaching Assistant Award in mathematics for 2013.
Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) has renewed graduate student, Zachary Bradshaw's fellowship for the coming year, basing their decision on the strength and relevance of his research proposal and progress.
Congratulations to our Putnam team who ranked 15th out of 402 in this year's competition. The team members were: Chris Olund, Fei Song, and Sittipong Thamrongpairoj. Our alternates were: Alexander Lamana, Qiyao Liu, Casey Mihaloew, and Anish Tondwalkar.
Congratulations to our majors, Joseph Featherston, John Irby, Wenzhuo Lu, Rebecca Moye, Fei Song, and Michelle Ward, who were elected to the Beta Chapter of Virginia of Phi Beta Kappa.
As the oldest and most distinguished honor society in the country, Phi Beta Kappa offers membership to less than one percent of all undergraduates. Many of the leading figures in American history and culture have begun their careers with election to the society, including seventeen presidents of the United States. As a result, membership is a remarkable accomplishment, both for the student who achieves it and the faculty and staff whose support and guidance has led to this milestone.