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 (awarding students for 2017 achievements) 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.
|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