Pi Mu Epsilon (Texas Rho Chapter)
President: Maria Tomasso
Vice President: Elizabeth Wrightsman
Secretary: Ashraf Demian
Treasurer: Andrew Baker
Chapter Sponsors: Dr. Piyush Shroff & Dr. David Snyder
Fall 2018—Spring 2019 Officers
President: Josephine Reynes
Vice President: Natalie Gomez
Secretary: Hannah Brown
Treasurer: Amanda Cagle
Faculty Advisors: Dr. David Snyder & Dr. Lucas Rusnak
Putnam Mathematical Competition Team
- Mauricio Cerda
- Natalie Gomez
- Blake Hillier
- Haley Hirschfield
- Josephine Reynes
- Casey Schlortt
- Isaiah Silaski
Talk Math 2 Me
Awarded to the students who presented the best research, math history, and/or interesting math ideas in front of an audience of their peers.
- Top Undergraduate Presentation—Hayley Boynton for “On the Classification of Graphs Based on Their Rank Numbers”
The Houston Louis Stokes Alliance For Minority Participation (H-LSAMP)
Now in its 19th year, the mission of the H-LSAMP Scholars Program is to cultivate undergraduate student talent in STEM. H-LSAMP strives to increase both the quality and diversity of our national STEM workforce and the number of underrepresented and minority students who graduate with baccalaureate degrees in STEM.
- Keondre Parker
- Zachary Stence
Undergraduate Recognition for Academic Distinction
Giovanna Chavez Jimenez
Verginia Mae Dole
Undergraduate Recognition for Academic Achievement
Md H. Ali
Undergraduate Recognition for Academic Excellence
Recognition for Academic Excellence at the Master’s Level
Mario Yepes Lopez
Recognition for Academic Excellence at the Doctoral Level
Graduate Student Award for Outstanding Achievement
This award at the Master’s level is presented to a graduate mathematics major who has the highest grade point average (using only 5000 level mathematics courses) of those students who have completed at least 24 graduate mathematics hours toward their degree.
This award at the Doctoral level is presented to a graduate mathematics major who has the highest grade point average (using only 7000 level mathematics courses) of those students who have completed at least 36 graduate mathematics hours and have passed all qualifying exams toward their degree.
Awards and Scholarships
R.H. Bing Award
This award is presented to undergraduate mathematics majors on the basis of academic merit, leadership, and intellectual promise.
- Casey Schlortt
Robert and Brita Northcutt Scholarship
Recipients are selected from applicants who are full-time Texas State students majoring in mathematics, with a Texas State grade point average of at least 3.0. Students may receive this scholarship multiple times.
- Ram Moore
- Erica Pansing
- Alina Rajbhandari
Don and Helen Cude Scholarship
This scholarship is presented to undergraduates that have not previously received an award from this endowment with priority for selection to those seeking teacher certification.
- Abigail Polmanteer
- Aaron Johnson
Ram Lal Seekri Endowed Scholarship
Distribution from the Ram Lal Seekri endowment shall be used to award scholarships to deserving students enrolled at Texas State University in the Department of Mathematics that have a financial need. Awardees are selected by the Scholarship Committee.
- Mark Renovato
Lynn Tulloch Math Scholarship
Recipients are selected from applicants that are undergraduates pursuing Teaching Certification, with preference given to athletes.
- Benjamin Ruth
Ross and Sarah Wayment Endowed Scholarship
Recipients are selected from applicants at all levels. Preference will be given to students who have not received other scholarships or grant awards of $1,000 or more per long semester by mid-April. Students may receive this scholarship multiple times.
- Dylan Douthitt
- Layla Guyot
- Michael Hicks
- Sindura Kandasamy
- Gabriela Lara
- Rebekah Murrell
- Ryan Zamora