The UA chapter of the AWM is pleased to share that several individuals will be joining the list of AWM-UA officers. We thank our outgoing officers for their contributions, dedication and

## Professor Emeritus AMJ Davis Passes Away

Anthony Michael John Davis died in San Diego, California, on 25 April 2021. Tony was born in London in December 1939. He received an Open Exhibition in Mathematics and

## 2021 Outstanding Doctoral Candidate Awards

The Department of Mathematics would like to congratulation the 2021 Outstanding Doctoral Candidate award winners. Outstanding Research by a Doctoral Candidate, Toai Luong Toai Luong Outstanding Teaching by a

## 2021 Math Scholarship Winners

The Department of Mathematics would like to congratulate the 2021 scholarship winners. Joseph Edward Braswell Scholarship in Mathematics, Brent Christian Dr

## 2021 B. B. Comer Math Prize Winner

The Department of Mathematics would like to congratulate Jay Lane, winner of the 2021 BB Comer Math Prize.

## 2021 Nathan Jacobson Prize in Mathematics

The Department of Mathematics would like to congratulate Lawford Hatcher for being awarded the Nathan Jacobson Prize in Mathematics.

## Congratulations to the Honors Week 2021 Award Winners

Congratulations to the 2021 Mathematics Honors Week award winners! Outstanding Research by a Doctoral Candidate, Toai Luong Outstanding Teaching by a Doctoral Candidate, Anna Keefe Nathan Jacobson Prize in

## Jacob Glidewell’s Outstanding Putnam Exam Performance

Jacob Glidewell, a freshman math major, scored a 40 on the 81st Putnam Exam. This is a nation wide mathematics competition, challenging the best students across the country. The median

## Seongjune Han Wins Randall Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award

Seongjune Han has been selected as a recipient of the 2021 Randall Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award. Seongjune was nominated by Dr. Kyungyong Lee for his research entitled “The joint symmetry

## Building Bama: Math and Science Education Building

Extensive renovations have breathed new life into the Math and Science Education Building, formerly known as the Biology Building, and the adjacent auditorium while bringing several departments under one roof