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2019 new graduate students in the library quad

Celebrate new mathematicians in our community

Photo (from Left to right): Rong Yu, Anwesa Dey, Johannes Krotz, Emily Hoard, Sahir Gill, Isabel Juarez Lopez, Wei Xi Boo, Thomas Pierron De Mondesir, Christine Hoogendyk, Zachary Gregg, Adam Eide, Brandi Whiteman, Jeremy Lilly, Sarah Vesneske, Peter Oberly, Jordan Mccaslin, Diane McMillan, Ethan Hart, not pictured Noah Langlie and Michael Kupperman.

The Department of Mathematics welcomes its 2019-2020 cohort of graduate students. Our incoming class represents six states: Minnesota, Florida, Alabama, Kentucky, California, Washington, includes four international students, and one exchange student from France. Emily Hoard has received a Provost Scholarship, and Diane McMillan has received a Ford Foundation Scholarship. Two Accelerated Master's Platform (AMP) students now are officially in the graduate program; Jeremy Lilly, and Noah Langlie. We also have a new AMP student; Michael Kupperman. Congratulations to all! Please join in greeting them and wishing them success in their first year.

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