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Applied Mathematics News

Alayna

Congratulations to applied math senior, Alayna Roesener, on receiving the 2020 Math and Physics Department Service Award! This award is given each May to the graduating senior in the department who has made significant, sustained contributions to the department and to the school. Alayna has participated in and taken a leadership role all of our activities and events. She is a regular at Math Tea, our recruitment events, Spring Spectacular, Mathstravaganza and the department’s annual Hurricane Relief Bake Sale. Alayna is an integral part of our department and we’re excited to give her this well-deserved award!

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Congratulations to applied math major, Billy Heidel, on receiving the 2020 Academic Excellence Award in the Department of Mathematics and Physics! This award is given each May to the graduating senior in applied math who has earned the highest cumulative grade point average at the University's highest honors level. Billy has been a stellar student and is very well deserving of this award!

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Congratulations to the Women's Soccer Team on their 3-2 against the Marymount Saints of Virginia.  Scoring one of the goals was Applied Math senior Alayna Roesener!  Way to go Alayna!

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Applied Math Senior, Katie Leftridge, earned her THIRD conference weekly award of the season. We are so impressed!

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Congratulations to Applied Math Senior, Alayna Roesener (center in picture), on being selected as the 2019-2020 Slattery Scholar.  Alayna was chosen because of her strong academic record, her involvement in Stevensn activities and her desire to give back to the greater community upon graduation.  Alayna was awarded scholarship funds for her senior year.  At the event, the Slattery Family was presented with a 10 year anniversary photo to commemorate their generous support of students in the Fine School of the Sciences over the years. 

 
 
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