Ten students of UNSW Mathematics and Statistics were awarded at a lunchtime prize-giving ceremony today in the Red Centre.
Awards are conferred annually to our most outstanding undergraduate students, and this year's honours included three Women in Mathematics & Statistics prizes, two awards sponsored by Weatherzone, and a Head of School Prize. Among this year's winners, standout students were Alan Loi who took out three prizes, plus Marley Young and Angus McLean-Smith who both received two prizes each.
Congratulations to all of the winning students! Please see the list of all prize winners below.
2018 Prize Winners
|Robert Cantwell||The School of Mathematics Prize for Level 1 Mathematics|
|Ni Tao||The Women in Mathematics and Statistics Prize, Level 1|
|Matthew Bellamy||The School of Mathematics and Statistics Prize for 1st Year Actuarial Maths|
The School of Mathematics Prize for Level 2 Mathematics
|Rosa Tran||The Women in Mathematics and Statistics Prize, Level 2|
|Angus McLean-Smith||The Weatherzone Prize in Introduction to Atmosphere and Ocean Dynamics
The Weatherzone Prize in Fluids, Oceans and Climate
|Maisie Lee||The Buchwald Award|
|Marley Young||The George Szekeres Prize
The Head of School's Prize
|Brittany Evat||The Women in Mathematics and Statistics Prize, Level 3|
The Alma Douglas Prize for Level 3 Statistics