Awards available for those undertaking a Mathematics degree Awards available for those undertaking a Mathematics degree

Prize for the Best Performance in Mathematics in the Year 1 Assessment

An annual prize of £200 is awarded for the best performance in Mathematics in the Year 1 Assessment.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually at the discretion of the Board of Examiners for the Year 1 Assessment, for the best performance in Mathematics in the Year 1 Assessment. The value of the prize shall be £200.


2009/10 winners - Ashley Crowe and Richard Brown, 2010/11 winner - Ben Wyatt, 2011/12 winner - Daniel Cox, 2012/13 winner - Tristan Burridge, 2013/14 winner - Matthew Gladders, 2014/15 winner - Benjamin Young-Longstaff, 2015/16 winner - Mark Chambers, 2016/17 winner - Scott Adcock, 2017/18 winner - Kraig Wymer-Webb

£200


Prize for the Best Performance in Mathematics in the Year 2 Assessment

An annual prize of £200 is awarded for the best performance in Mathematics in the Year 2 Assessment.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually at the discretion of the Board of Examiners for the Year 2 Assessment, for the best performance in Mathematics in the Year 2 Assessment. The value of the prize shall be £200.

 

2017/18 winner - Scott Adcock

£200


Prize for Distinguished Performance in the BSc Mathematics Final Assessment

An annual prize of £200 is awarded for distinguished performance in the BSc Mathematics in the Final Assessment.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually at the discretion of the Board of Examiners for the Final Assessment, for distinguished performance in the BSc Mathematics in the Final Assessment. The value of the prize shall be £200.

2009/10 winner - Charlotte Page, 2010/11 winner - Benjamin Boyadjian, 2011/12 winner - Matthew Baker, 2012/13 winner - Lee Mansfield, 2013/14 winner - Gage Boyle, 2014/15 winner - Michael Stringer, 2015/16 winner - Sarah Fox, 2016/17 winner - Benjamin Young-Longstaff, 2017/18 winner - Owen Wells

£200


Prize for Distinguished Performance in the Master of Mathematics Final Assessment

An annual prize of £200 is awarded for distinguished performance in the MMath, Master of Mathematics in the Final Assessment.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually at the discretion of the Board of Examiners for the Final Assessment, for distinguished performance in the MMath, Master of Mathematics in the Final Assessment. The value of the prize shall be £200.

2009/10 winner - John Schofield, 2010/11 winner - Martin Walters, 2011/12 winner - Neil Rush, 2012/13 winner - Ashley Crowe, 2013/14 winner - Daniel Ratliff, 2014/15 winner - Simon Calver, 2015/16 winner - Francesca Fedele, 2016/17 winner - Matthew Gladders, 2017/18 winner - Jacob Rayner

£200


The Dominic Russell Prizes

Three prizes, each worth £200, are awarded annually to first, second and third or fourth year maths students for exceptional efforts in helping other Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 or 4 maths students to have a greater understanding of their studies.

Rules

  1. There shall be prizes to be awarded annually to a first, second, and third or fourth year undergraduate student registered in the School of Mathematics, to be known as the Dominic Russell Prizes.
  2. The value of each of the three prizes shall be £200.
  3. The prizes shall be awarded by the Board of the School on the recommendation of the Head of School for exceptional efforts in helping other Year 1, Year 2, and Year 3 or Year 4 undergraduate students registered in the School of Mathematics to have a greater understanding of their studies.
  4. If in any year no candidate in the relevant year group is judged suitable the prize for that year group shall not be awarded. If two or more candidates in the same year group (or combined group for Year 3 and Year 4 students) are judged to be of sufficient and equal merit, the prize for that year group may be divided.
  5. No person shall be awarded a Dominic Russell Prize more than once.


Year 1


2004/05 winner - Nicholas Wilson, 2005/06 winner - Christopher Clare, 2007/08 winner - Amy Hefford, 2009/10 winner - Richard Brown, 2010/11 winner - Elyssa Figueira, 2011/12 winner - Jasmine Tarrant, 2013/14 winner - Sarah Fox, 2015/16 winner - Emma Tearse, 2016/17 winner - Daniel Skinner, 2017/18 winners - Daniel Munene (ENG) and Kraig Wymer-Webb



Year 2


2007/08 winner - Neil Deacon, 2008/09 winner - Kalab Yohannes, 2010/11 winners - Kathryn O'Reilly and Ilyas Bakbergenul, 2011/12 winner - Daniel Ratliff, 2012/13 winners - Jodie Runacres and Sophie Barker, 2013/14 winner - Paul McSweeney, 2014/15 winner - Oliver Matheau-Raven, 2015/16 winner - Demi Hatahet, 2016/17 winner - Andrew Yong, 2017/18 winners - Gareth Jenkins and Samantha Edwards



Year 3/4


2007/08 winner - Meera Rajoo, 2008/09 winner - Christine Almond, 2009/10 winner - Kyle Hipperson, 2011/12 winner - Chelsea Jerome, 2012/13 winner - Thomas Coleman, 2013/14 winner - Alison Clarke, 2014/15 winner - Matthew Titchener, 2015/16 winner - Emine Akgunduz and Elaine Barker, 2016/17 winner - Nathan Abbott, 2017/18 winner - Katy Hobbs

£200 each


The Graham Everest Memorial Prize

This annual Prize is awarded for excellence in Number Theory.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize awarded annually from the Graham Everest Memorial Fund to be known as the Graham Everest Memorial Prize.
  2. The Prize will be worth £200 each year.
  3. The Graham Everest Memorial Prize shall be awarded to the undergraduate student registered in the School of Mathematics who achieves the best performance in a module associated with ‘Number Theory'.
  4. The Prize will be awarded from the academic year 2010/11.
  5. The Prize will be awarded by the School on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners. The Dean of the Faculty of Science may be called upon to make a final recommendation, if required.
  6. The Prize may not be divided.
  7. No student may be awarded the Prize more than once.


2010/11 winner - Amy Hefford, 2011/12 winner - Neil Rush, 2012/13 winner - Kerryn Rowley, 2013/14 winner - Grant Martin, 2014/15 winner - Francesca Fedele and Tristan Burridge, 2015/16 winner - Francesca Fedele and Matthew Gladders, 2016/17 winner - Matthew Gladders, 2017/18 winner - Jacob Rayner

 

£200


Prize for outstanding performance in the Final Assessment

An annual prize, supported by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), will be awarded to a student for outstanding performance in the final assessment.

Rules

  1. In the School of Mathematics an annual prize for best performance in the BSc Final Assessment will be awarded.
  2. The value of the the prize will be a year's free membership to the Instiute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA).
  3. If two candidates are judged to be of sufficient merit the prize shall not be split. 
  4. The prize winner will be nominated and awarded by the Board of Examiners.


2012/13 winner - Elyssa Figueira, 2013/14 winner - Emma McManus, 2014/15 winner - Rachel McNally, 2015/16 winner - Eliott Taylor, 2016/17 winner - Demi Hatahet, 2017/18 winner - Trong Vo

 

IMA membership


Prize for the best performance in the Master of Mathematics Final Assessment

Rules

  1. There shall be an annual award in the School of Mathematics for the best performance in the Master of Mathematics Final Assessment.
  2. The value of the prize shall be a year's free membership to the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA).
  3. The prize shall not be split.
  4. The prize winner will be nominated and awarded by the Board of Examiners. 

2012/13 winner - Richard Brown, 2013/14 winner - Ben Wyatt, 2014/15 winner - Daniel Cox, 2015/16 winner - Emily Carter, 2016/17 winner - Oliver Matheau-Raven, 2017/18 winner - Nathan Abbott

IMA membership


Prize for the best Final Year BSc Project

An annual prize of £100 is awarded for the best Final Year BSc Project

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually at the discretion of the Board of Examiners for the best Final Year BSc Project.
  2. The value of the prize shall be £100.
2013/14 winner - Velash Mistry, 2014/15 winner - Rachel McNally, 2015/16 winner - Kenan Al Shamie, 2016/17 winner - Matthew Bone, 2017/18 winner - Owen Wells

£100


Prize for the best Final Year MMath Project

An annual prize of £100 is awarded for the best Final Year MMath Project

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually at the discretion of the Board of Examiners for the best Final Year BSc Project.
  2. The value of the prize shall be £100.
2013/14 winner - Iain Dorrington, 2014/15 winner - Simon Calver, 2015/16 winner - Georgia Rubinstein, 2016/17 winner - Audie Warren, 2017/18 winner - Jack Reed

£100


The Graham Everest Memorial Prize for Significant Contribution to the School of Mathematics

There shall be a prize awarded annually from the Graham Everest Memorial Fund to a student registered in the School of Mathematics, to be known as the Graham Everest Memorial Prize for Significant Contribution to the School of Mathematics.

 

Rules

  1. The Prize will be worth £300 each year.
  2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Board of the School, on the recommendation of the Head of School, for exceptional contribution to the life and student body of the School.
  3. If two or more candidates are judged to be of sufficient and equal merit, the prize may be divided. If no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, the prize shall not be awarded.
  4. No student may be awarded the Prize more than once.

 

2017/18 winner - Elizabeth Murray

£300


Year 2 Achievement Prize - For the greatest improvement in Mathematics from Year 1 to Year 2

There shall be a prize to be awarded annually to a second year student on a Mathematics degree programme who, in the view of the Board of Examiners, has made the greatest improvement in performance between Year 1 and Year 2.

Rules

  1. The prize shall be awarded by the Board of Examiners for Mathematics programmes, on the recommendation of the Chair of Examiners.
  2. The value of the prize shall be £200.
  3. If two or more candidates are judged to be of sufficient and equal merit, the prize may be divided. If no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, the prize shall not be awarded.


201718 winner - Joseph Newman

£200