Baylor Mathematics Scholarship Recipients for 2013-2014 AnnouncedAug. 8, 2013
The Mathematics Department awarded $129,185 in scholarships to mathematics students for the upcoming academic year. The following Baylor students received this scholarship support. We are very grateful to the families that endowed these scholarships, and we wish each of the chosen students continued success in the coming year!
The John C. Lattimore Mathematics Scholarship Fund: Emily Peirce
The Earl, Maxine, Max, and Anita Bodine Mathematics Scholarship Fund: Elias Clark, Megan Hollister, Alexandra Tripp, William Tohlen, Colleeen Drapcho, Megan Hancock, Yuelin Lu, Tyler Underwood, Brooklyn George, Brenna Cole
The K. L. and Vivian Carter Mathematics Scholarship Fund: Chase Culpepper, Drew Allmon, Sarah Kent, Rachel Guinn
The Jerry Johnson Mathematics Scholarship Fund: Xuewei Jiang, Emily Peirce, Rebecca Holden, Purvi Prajaparti, Amanda Packard, Brooklyn George, Brenna Cole, Yuelin Lu
The Howard L. Rolf Mathematics Scholarship Fund: Xuewei Jiang
The Hickey Mathematics Scholarship: Marvin Chizer, Rachel Shifflet, Thomas Gibson, Stacia Verrett, Rachel Wells
The Piziak Mathematics Scholarship Fund: Emily Peirce
The Roy Donald Perry Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund: Allison Smith
The Professor Albert Boggess Mathematics Scholarship Fund: Amanda Packard, Lauralee Welch
The Ruth and Gene Royer Mathematics Scholarship Fund: Chelsea Richwine, Isai Chavarri, Vy Nguyen, Michael Barnard, Rachel Hess, Sean O'Connor, Marie Lauzon
The Schultz-Werba Mathematics Scholarship Fund: Ryan Malthaner
The Brian Family Scholarship: Amanda Packard
The department usually solicits applications each March for the following year's scholarships. Students may pick up an application form in the Mathematics office (SR 317). For more information concerning scholarships, students may contact Dr. Brian Raines by email or reach him by calling (254) 710-4382.
For further information on these scholarships, including some historical data, please click on Mathematics Scholarships.