May 13, 2022
Mathematics department awards $23,000 in scholarships for 2022-2023 academic year
K-State's mathematics department will award approximately $23,000 in scholarships for the 2022-2023 academic year. The department supports many excellent students as they further their careers and pursue their degrees in mathematics.
The Friends of Mathematics annually celebrates and recognizes achievements by mathematics students at K-State during the previous year. Friends of Mathematics was established as a scholarship fund in 1968 and is backed by the alumni-faculty organization established in 1982, which is dedicated to excellence in mathematics at K-State.
The following list includes scholarship award recipients. These scholarships and awards have a monetary value ranging from $20 to $4,000.
Conner Broers, Ozawkie, Leonard E. Fuller Scholarship.
Carson Connard, The Woodlands, Texas, James and Gail Baxter Scholarship.
Elizabeth Hale, Overland Park, Stromberg Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant in Teaching Award.
Joseph Hathaway, Wichita, Fung's Achievement Award.
Erasto Herrera-Farfan, Kansas City, Karl Stromberg Memorial Scholarship.
Liam Kahmeyer, Pratt, Friends of Mathematics Graduate Teaching Assistant Award in Academics.
Sophia Palcic, Olathe, Thomas L. and Elouise J. Miller Scholarship.
Calvin Spellman, Augusta, Trevor and Ali Putnam Award.
Kale Stahl, Tecumseh, S. Thomas Parker Memorial Scholarship.
Joshua Stucky, Maryville, Tennessee, Hostinsky Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant in Academics Award.
Carrington Thom, Wichita, Dr. William L. Stamey Scholarship.
Trung Truong, Da Lat, Vietnam, Friends of Mathematics Graduate Teaching Assistant Award in Teaching.
Colin Williams, Marion, Friends of Mathematics Outstanding Senior Award.
Wayne and Ellen Evans Mathematics Scholarships: Sean Hurt, Stilwell; Jacob Meier, Olathe; Alex Kuckelman, Lenexa; Alex Brock, Redfield; and Aaron Young, Lansing.
S. Thomas Parker Competition Awards: Carson Connard, The Woodlands, Texas, first place; Philipp Hoehn, Manhattan, second place; Chase Eccles, Gardner, third place; Kale Stahl, Tecumseh, honorable mention.
Differentiation-Integration Bee: Philipp Hoehn, Manhattan, first place; Austin Boles, Wichita, second place; Chase Eccles, Gardner, third place; and Sumner Herold, Overland Park, fourth place.
The mathematics department thanks the generous donors who made these scholarships possible.