Our department offers a variety of awards for undergraduate students. The awards listed below that are labeled with [$]) come with a monetary prize, funded through an endowment. The amount varies from year to year, but in recent years, the money awarded has been about $800-$2000. There is no application procedure for the awards listed below. The recipients are chosen by the Department on merit.
For other possible awards see award search.
Ray and Joe Abramson Award: for an entering student with extracurricular involvement in a math-related club or activity; or an outstanding first year student. This award is a bursary.
[$] George & Frances Denzel Award for Excellence in Statistics: to a 4th year or graduate level student in statistics, who is judged to be academically deserving. This award is a bursary.
[$] Linda Herskowitz Award: to an undergraduate student, majoring in Mathematics and/or Statistics, who has a minimum cumulative grade point average of B with community service. Preference will be given to a female student. This award is a bursary.
[$] Abe Karrass/Donald Solitar Mathematics Award: for an outstanding student majoring in Mathematics with plans to teach mathematics. Note: the recipient need not be in a math education program. This award is a bursary.
Irvine R. Pounder Award: to the student judged to be the best in each year level.
[$] Moshe Shimrat Prize: for demonstrated ability in mathematical problem-solving.
[$] Alice Turner Award: to outstanding Mathematics students who are third-year and fourth-year degree candidates.
[$] George R. & Mary L. Wallace Award: to an outstanding student in the Actuarial Science, Operation Research and Applied Mathematics.
[$] Emerson Vincent Sauder Award: to an outstanding undergraduate student majoring in mathematics or statistics.