Awarded to a senior Math student with a solid academic record and who demonstrates leadership and integrity. Supported by an endowment established by Robert and Marilyn Lyon in honor of Marylin's father, Edward.
Awarded to a junior or senior mathematics major at SUNY Geneseo who has high academics achievement, and plans to pursue a graduate program in mathematics or mathematics education. Preference will be given to students who intend to teach mathematics and who demonstrate financial need. This scholarship is supported through an endowment established by Dr. Gilbert A. Palmer, Associate Professor Emeritus, in memory of his wife Jane Barton Palmer, Class of 1961.
Awarded to an outstanding and worthy student in Math. Supported by an endowment established in honor of her parents by Dr. Srinivasa Leelamma.
Awarded to an outstanding and worthy undergraduate student in Mathematics. Supported by an endowment established by Dr. V. Lakshmikantham in memory of his mother.
Awarded to an outstanding and worthy student in Math. Supported by Dr. Srinivasa Leelamma
Awarded to an academically outstanding undergraduate who best exemplifies through his/her activities the promotion of a diverse campus community. It is awarded on a rotating basis to a major in Mathematics, Philosophy, or Music by the faculty in those departments. Supported by an endowment established in memory of Dr. William Small by Dr. Srinivasa Leelamma and Dr. V. Lakshmikanthan.
Awarded to an outstanding sophomore/junior Mathematics majors determined by Math GPA, overall GPA, service to the Math Department and leadership in Math Department student activities. Supported annually by Donald and Virginia Trasher.
In 1989 the Alpha Delta Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon was established at Geneseo. Each year we induct our best students into this prestigious national honor society.
It was founded on May 25, 1914 at Syracuse University. The purpose of Pi Mu Epsilon is the promotion of scholarly activity in mathematics among the students in academic institutions and among staffs of qualified non-academic institutions.
Each spring, the Pi Mu Epsilon coordinator reviews the transcripts of current mathematics majors with sophomore standing, or above. Candidates must meet both internal standards of excellence and the nationally set criteria to be inducted.
The Mathematics Department acknowledges its excellent students with memberships in its professional organizations.
The awards are granted through nominations from the Ad Hoc Scholarship Committee which are submitted to the department for discussion and a vote.
Each spring, the department acknowledges its outstanding graduating seniors with several distinct awards. Each award --a certificate and gift-- is presented at the annual senior dinner. The recipients are acknowledged in the Commencement Bulletin. The number and category of awards may vary from year to year just as graduating classes differ form year to year.
Each spring, the Ad Hoc Scholarship Committee reviews the transcripts of all graduating seniors and solicits information from the faculty as to the students' excellence in mathematical activities that do not appear on the transcript, such as participation in poster sessions, research, etc.. The committee recommends the number and type of awards, together with a list of candidates to the department for a vote.
To promote scholarly work in mathematics among our students, the Alpha Delta Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon is offering a prize for our top scoring students on the annual William Lowell Putnam mathematics competition in the fall and the University of Rochester Math Olympiad in the spring.
UR Olympiad Prize Winners for 2015:
First Place - Yoon-jae Park
Putnam Prize Winners for 2015:
First Place - Jack Jenkins (with 12 points)
Second Place Tie (with 10 points) -
UR Olympiad Prize Winners for 2014:
First Place - Michael Pilosov (2)
Second Place Tie-
Putnam Prize Winners for 2013:
First Place - Michael Pilosov
Second Place - Doug Knowles
Putnam Prize Winner for 2012:
First Place - Marcus Elia (1 point)
Putnam Prize Winners for 2011:
First Place - Samuel Cohn
Second Place Tie -
Putnam Prize Winners for 2010:
First Place - Wanting Shao
Second Place - Jeff Singer
Putnam Prize Winners for 2009:
First Place - Wanting Shao
Second Place - Brendan Murphy