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Applied Mathematics News

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Congratulations to the Applied Math majors who were named to the 2020 Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Winter/Spring Academic Honor Roll.  The Academic Honor Roll is comprised of student-athletes who compete in a varsity level sport and registered a semester GPA of 3.20 (on a 4.00 scale) or higher.

Honored were:

  • Tommy Holcomb, Baseball
  • Jake Vanko, Baseball
  • Evan Williams, Ice Hockey
  • Sam Iseman, Outdoor Track and Field

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Warmest congratulations to Alayna Roesener, Applied Math '20, on winning the Orsia F. Young Leadership Award at the University Celebration!  Alayna has been an outstanding student and leader in the department and in athletics.  We're proud of her accomplishments and wish her much success in graduate school and in her career as a teacher.

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Warmest congratulations to Billy Heidel, Applied Math '20, on winning the Provost's Award for Exceptional Scholarship at the Graduation Celebration!  This amazing award recognized Billy's academic successes in his classes and in his research.  We're all so proud of all he's done and look forward to his future successes!

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Warmest congratulations to the Applied Math Class of 2020 on your graduation!  You are the next generation of leaders who have a responsibility to demonstrate to your peers, to young and older adults and children that nothing will stand in your way in fulfilling your life's goals and ambitions. We wish you success, good fortune, good health, and happiness.

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Congratulations to Math Faculty member, Dr. Mark Branson, on being awarded a Maryland Open Source Textbook Initiative Open Educational Resources (OER) Mini-Grant.  Dr. Branson will use this grant to write a free textbook for our quantitative literacy, MATH 135:  Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning course.  The textbook will teach quantitative literacy in the context of social justice.  We are excited to be able to offer a free textbook to our students at SU and to provide it free of charge to students at other institutions. 

 
 
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