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Undergraduate News and Awards

The UGA Math Club had a very active year, with regular twice monthly meetings.  Recent meetings have included math major Max Schneider talking about Solving the Rubik's Cube, Matt Just talking about Poset GamesDru Horne talking about The Many Problems of (7,3,1) and Mo Hendon talking about The Calculus of Polynomials, without Calculus.  

Our Industrial Mathematics course connected students with projects in industry in both Fall 2022 and Spring 2023. Students worked in teams to complete their projects, communicating regularly with their industry partner, and providing a final report. Industry partners included the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia, Georgia Power, Red Ventures, Rubicon Crypto, Strategic Benefits Advisors, the UGA Greek Life Office, and Emory University Radiology. The course will run again next year; if you have an idea for an industry partnership, please reach out to Dr. Royal,

In Spring 2023 Jason George and Qianyao He were selected as the joint recipients of our annual Strahan award to an outstanding junior mathematics major and Charity Hefner was presenting the Ellen Agnor Bailey Math Scholarship.

Finally, our annual Math Department Commencement Reception was held in May. Over 40 math majors and graduate students and their families joined us to celebrate their graduation. It's a highlight of our year to have this time with our students and to meet the friends and family that have been supporting them. Overall, more than 60 math majors have graduated this year. Congratulations to all of you!

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