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Mathematics

The Hammond Prize

A book is awarded on recommendation of the Department of Mathematics to a graduating senior who is completing a major in mathematics with distinction. The prize honors the memory of Edward S. Hammond, for many years Wing Professor of Mathematics, and was established by his former students at the time of his retirement.

Recipients

2009 - Susanna Ruth Kimport
2008 - Yi Zhuang
2007 - Taylor Baillie Arnold
2006 - Samuel Robert Kolins
2005 - Gregory Andrew Kelsey
2004 - Somboon Chiewcharnpipat
2004 - Micah Israel Miller
2003 - Thomas John Wright
2002 - Andrew Dana Shaw
2001 - Not awarded
2000 - Kimberly Jane Schneider
1999 - Emily Brooke Dryden
1998 - Scott William Hoenig
1998 - Steven Jeremy Deitz
1997 - Andrea Lynn Vogl
1996 - Emily Benware Proctor
1995 - Deva Rae Van Der Werf
1994 - Masatoshi Hirono
1994 - Rebecca Elizabeth Field
1993 - John Sheldon Peters
1993 - Christina Marie Freeman
1992 - Timothy Jon Record
1992 - Christopher Lee Kraybill
1991 - Rebecca Jean Benner
1990 - Kenneth John Woods
1989 - Billy Don Sterling McConnell
1988 - Susan M.L. Anderson
1987 - Andrew David Zacks
1986 - Seth Matthew Thompson
1985 - Judith Roxanne Hogan
1984 - Warren Arthur Turner
1983 - Reed Hastings
1982 - Thomas Andrews Downes
1981 - Vivian Siegel
1980 - Bruce Joseph Palmer
1979 - Scott Douglas Rand
1979 - John Thomas Markert
1978 - Jeffrey Steven Solomon
1978 - John Stephen Leeming
1977 - Jeffrey Steven Carroll
1976 - Richard Malcolm Crew
1975 - Kevin John Mitchell
1974 - John Edward Kelley
1973 - Daniel Rice Corro
1972 - Frederic Williams Lambie
1972 - George Hench Butcher III
1971 - Richard Warwick Zeamer
1971 - Kent William Johnson
1970 - Not awarded
1969 - John Charles Lawlor
1969 - Mark Cushing Bisgrove
1968 - Christopher Howard Hanks
1967 - Not awarded
1966 - Ellis Ballard Boal
1965 - Steven Kenyon Ingram
1964 - William Chesley Rounds