SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS
Excellence and Service Award Winners,
|Shu Li (Excellence Award)
Chris Keeney (Service Award)
Not shown: Casey Geer (Excellence Award)
Purpose The Dorothy Allen Memorial Mathematics Scholarship provides current international undergraduate and graduate students majoring in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at IU South Bend with financial assistance in completing their degrees. The basis for the scholarship is demonstrated potential for academic excellence in Mathematical Sciences. Only international students are eligible for this award.Recent award winners
Application Requirements Recipients must have a declared major in Mathematics, be full-time students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 for undergraduate students and a minimum GPA of 3.5 for graduate students. Undergraduate students must have completed at least four core courses (MATH-M215 and above) in Mathematics, and graduate students must have at least 12 graduate mathematics credits at IU South Bend. The application deadline is March 15.
- Declared major including BA in Mathematics, BS in Applied Mathematics or BS in Actuarial Sciences, with a minimum of 45 credits toward graduation (30 credits of which should be taken at IU South Bend).
- Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
- Completion of at least 4 core courses in Mathematics at IU South Bend.
- Full time status (12 credits or more per semester)
- Registration in at least 3 credits of mathematics per semester (6 credits per year)
- Declared concentration in Mathematics.
- Cumulative graduate GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale
- Completion of at least 12 graduate mathematics credits at IU South Bend.
- Full time status (9 credits or more, or students who are enrolled for thesis credits)
- The Mathematical Sciences Scholarship Committee will select one or several awards annually and a typical award will be $250 to $500 per academic year.
- The awards committee may choose to disburse the funds as follows:
- Cash award (one or two installments per semester)
- Tuition reimbursement (two installments per year)
- Fund for attending research conferences (approved by student's advisor)
Application Form: Apply Online
Dorothy Armstrong Allen
May 21, 1925 - Nov. 10, 2001
Dorothy Armstrong Allen, a native of Langhorne, Pennsylvania, graduated from Earlham College in 1945 with a BA in mathematics and piano. While she raised her five children, Dorothy became active in several local organizations, including the South Bend YMCA, St. Joseph County Scholarship Foundation, the South Bend Symphony Women's Association and the Junior League of South Bend.
In 1963, Dorothy was one of the first women to receive a master of arts in mathematics education from the University of Notre Dame. In 1968 Dorothy took a position at IU South Bend in the mathematics department, which she held until December 2000.
Next to her family, Dorothy's greatest love was international travel. During her lifetime, she visited nearly every country in the world. As part of her teaching career with IU South Bend, Dorothy lived in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for two years. She also traveled to Saudi Arabia in 1979 for the Indiana University ARAMCO project.
In honoring Dorothy's life, the Dorothy Allen Memorial Mathematics Scholarship was established to provide current international undergraduate and graduate students majoring in Department of Mathematical Sciences at IU South Bend with financial assistance in completing their degrees.
Those who wish to make contributions in Dorothy's memory may contribute to the Dorothy Allen Memorial Mathematics Scholarship through the IUSB Mathematical Sciences Department. Checks should be made to the Indiana University Foundation. The address for scholarship donations: Department of Mathematical Sciences, Indiana University South Bend, P.O. Box 7111, South Bend, IN 46634-7111. You may get a donation form online at math-sci/donations.
Purpose: The Faculty and Alumni Scholarship Fund has been established to provide current undergraduate and graduate students majoring in the Mathematical Sciences at IU South Bend with financial assistance in completing their degrees. The basis for the scholarship is demonstrated potential for academic excellence in the Mathematical Sciences. The scholarship will be awarded annually by the faculty of the Department of Mathematical Sciences.
Application Requirements: Recipients must have a declared major in Mathematics, be full-time students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 for undergraduate students and a minimum GPA of 3.5 for graduate students. Undergraduate students must have completed at least four core courses (MATH-M215 and above) in Mathematics, and graduate students must have at least 12 graduate mathematics credits at IU South Bend.
The application deadline is March 15.
Each year the Department of Mathematical Sciences designates up to two Excellence Award winners. The receipients for past years are listed below.
Mathematical Sciences Excellence Award Winners
|2016||Trent Stuzman, Alexander Zornig|
|2014||Casey Geer, Shu Li|
|2013||Casey Geer, Shu Li|
|2012||Doan Le, Senlin Li|
|2011||Doan Le, Senlin Li|
|2010||Doan Le, Senlin Li|
|2009||Christopher Ebsch, Steven Penzenik|
|2008||Christopher Ebsch, Steven Penzenik|
|2006||Brian Atkins, Phuong Ngoc Uyen Nguyen|
|2003||Sandra Fenwick, Charles E. Willour|
|2002||William F. Zech|
|2001||Sarah T. Chabot|
|1998||Dean Johnson, Amanda K. Schermer|
|1997||Earl M. Boyer III, Amanda K. Schermer|
|1996||Earl M. Boyer III|
|1994||Jerry C. De Keyser|
|1993||Fei Fei Wang|
|1992||John S. Elliott|
|1991||John S. Elliott, Robert A. Yoder|
|1990||Robert A. Yoder|
|1989||Dennis R. Miller|
|1985||Gregory W. Clark, Roger Olson|
|1984||Gregory Allen Martin|
|1983||Timothy A. Davis|
|1981||Jack Aaron Grey, Jr.|
|1980||Stewart Wayne Trowbridge|
|1979||James Richard Hansen|
|1976||Edward W. Enlow, Jr.|
|1975||Daniel E. Eggleston|
|1974||R. Karl Kirkman|
|1973||David Paul Remley|
|1972||Richard A. Blessing|
|1971||Jeanne Marion Laskowski|
|1969||James Robert Aldrich|
|1968||Larry W. Knox|
|1967||Mary Burnett Hunt|
|1966||David R. Freel|
|1963||Philip Hubert Walker|
This award is described in the announcement here.
The receipients for past years are listed below.
Mathematical Sciences Service Award Winners