Taylor and Williams Prizes

Taylor Scholarship

The Taylor Scholarship, endowed by Mrs. Fannie B. Taylor of Baltimore, is conferred upon a junior mathematics major who, in the judgment of the faculty of the Mathematics Department, has excelled in a junior level mathematics sequence.

Recipients

  • 2017:  Andrew Mah
  • 2016:  Mauricio Bustamante
  • 2015: Michael Holt
  • 2014: Onyebuchi Ekenta
  • 2013: Andrew Seredinski
  • 2012: Robert Vestal
  • 2011: Virginia Anne Lovell
  • 2010: Kyle Parsons
  • 2009: John R. Weems
  • 2008: William R. Taing
  • 2007: Martha L Caulkins
  • 2006:  Elizabeth L. Twentyman
  • 2005: Benjamin C. Skrodzki
  • 2004: Joel A. Pepera
  • 2003: Mateo Caballero
  • 2002: Elizabeth P. Townsend
  • 2001: Emily B. Dixon
  • 2000: Bryant Adams
  • 1999: Emilie Beth wiesner
  • 1998: Sara Anne McCrone
  • 1997: John J. Thrall
  • 1996: Angela R. Matney
  • 1995:  No record
  • 1994: Matthew Koerlin & Jennifer Yanulavich

Williams Prize in Mathematics

The Williams Prize in Mathematics, in honor of Dr. Charles W. WIlliams (a mathematics professor at W&L from 1948–1982) is conferred upon the mathematics major who has the highest grade point average in mathematics, and who plans to attend graduate school in mathematics.

Recipients

  • 2017: Xichen (Catherine) Zhu
  • 2016:  Huong Vu
  • 2015: Xiaoxiang Yang
  • 2014: DanJoseph (Ken) Quijada
  • 2013: Wenda Tu
  • 2012: Alex Finnegan
  • 2011: Austin S. Branstetter
  • 2010: Wenling (Wendy) Shang
  • 2009: John Russum Weems
  • 2008: Isaac E. Lambert
  • 2007: Philip Jameson Graber
  • 2006:  Alexander Reid Miltenberger
  • 2005: Nathan Andrew Johnson
  • 2004: Edward Claiborne Irby III
  • 2003: Jonathan David Browder