Undergraduate Awards 2005:
Timothy B. Stawicki is the 2005-2006 Robert P. Balles University of Notre Dame Mathematics Scholar; Timothy is a senior math major who is especially interested in actuarial science.
Timothy and the Mathematics Department express their deep gratitude to Robert B. Balles for supporting this award. He is a lifelong student of mathematics with more than 30 years of teaching experience, who has established a prize of $1,000 to be given each Fall to the senior math major with the highest cumulative grade point average in math courses completed at Notre Dame.
Senior G.E. Prize for Honors Mathematics Majors (A monetary gift from the General Electric Foundation, awarded to senior honors major in the Department of Mathematics who, in the opinion of the members of the faculty, excelled in mathematics in the senior year) 2005 winner: Margaret Doig
Senior GE Prize for Mathematics Majors (A monetary gift from the General Electric Foundation, awarded to senior major in the Department of Mathematics who, in the opinion of the members of the faculty, excelled in mathematics in the senior year) 2005 winner: Kevin Bott
Aumann Prize for First Year Students in Mathematics (A prize given by Ms. Monika Caradonna in honor of her father, Professor Georg Aumann, awarded competitively to a first year honors mathematics student on the basis of recommendations made by the faculty.) 2005 winner: Adam Boocher
Norman and Beatrice Haaser Mathematics Scholarships (Scholarships, made possible by the generosity of the late Professor and Mrs. Haaser, awarded to worthy, needy students majoring in mathematics) 2005 winners: Jessica Cisewski, Emily Gorman and Andrew Rupinski
J & C Sophomore Mathematics Award Exemplary performance in Mathematics classes by a non-honors Math major sophomore Female or Minority student. (“Minority” means African American, Asian, Hispanic, Native American). 2005 winner: Elizabeth Vezino
George Kolettis Award in Mathematics (An award established by friends of the late Professor George Kolettis, for a graduating senior who excelled in mathematics and contributed notably to the esprit de corps of the mathematics student body. 2005 winner: Geoffrey Johnston