The Ron Seater Mathematics Award was established by the UAS mathematics faculty to recognize Ron's enormous contributions to mathematics education at UAS.
This is a scholarship award of distinction for a student who is a major or minor in mathematics at UAS. This award is based upon merit, and recipients are chosen by the UAS Mathematics Faculty.
Anyone, in particular graduates of the UAS Mathematics Program, may (and are encouraged to) contribute to this scholarship award to help future UAS students of mathematics realize their full potential.
If you (UAS graduates or any mathematics enthusiasts from all over) wish to contribute to the Ron Seater Mathematics Award (Fund #86164), contact the UAS Development Office at (907) 796-6566.
The Undergraduate Research, Experiential & Creative Activities (URECA) program at UAS provides opportunities for UAS enrolled students to engage in extra-curricular research and creative activities that complement and expand upon traditional classroom learning.
|2019-2020||BLaST Award||Amy Jenson, for her capstone reseach on modeling Yellow Fever, BS in Mathematics|
|2019-2020||Ron Seater||Nowielle Corpuz, BS in Mathematics|
|2018-2019||Student Employee of the Year (Learning Center)||Jasper Soriano, BS in Mathematics|
|2018-2019||Ron Seater||Katy Price and Amy Jensen, BS in Mathematics|
|2017-2018||Ron Seater||Brendan Moore and Evan Carnahan, BS in Mathematics|
|2015-2016||Ron Seater||Benjamin Malander, BS Mathematics|
|2015-2016||Student Employee of the Year (Learning Center)||Ashlynn Kay, BS Mathematics|
|2014-2015||Ron Seater||Andre Bunton, BS in Mathematics|
|2013-2014||Ron Seater||Nicole Jacobs and Louis Scott, BS in Mathematics|
|2013-2014||URECA||Nicole Jacobs, for her project: Depiction of fractals through art.|
|2012-2013||Ron Seater||Eric Keller, BS in Mathematics and Marine Biology|
The Outstanding Graduate in Mathematics Award is a student award that celebrates individuals who have done consistently outstanding work in mathematics during their progress toward their BS degree in mathematics.
Outstanding graduates are recognized at the Annual Commencement Ceremony each Spring.
|2020||Kathryn Price and Amy Jenson|
The criteria for Graduation with Honors are: cum laude, 3.50 or higher in courses counting toward the BS in mathematics; magna cum laude, 3.80 or higher; summa cum laude, 4.00.
The following earned a BS degree in mathematics with honors, also included here are second majors/degree where applicable.
|Amy Jenson||2020||Magna Cum Laude||-|
|Kathryn Price||2020||Magna Cum Laude||-|
|Evan Carnahan||2019||Magna Cum Laude||-|
|Brendan Moore||2018||Cum Laude||-|
|Ashlynn Kay||2017||Cum laude||-|
|Benjamin Malander||2017||Magna cum laude||-|
|Andre Bunton||2015||Magna cum laude||-|
|Matthew Sperber||2015||Magna cum laude||-|
|Nicole Jacobs||2014||Magna cum laude||-|
|Eric Keller||2013||Magna cum laude||Marine Biology|
|Micaela Martinez-Bakker||2009||Magna cum laude||Biology|
|James Bowman||2008||Cum laude||-|
|Joshua Galbraith||2008||Cum laude||-|
|Jonathan Bower||2006||Cum laude||Environmental Sciences|
|Stephen Perry||2006||Cum laude||-|
All mathematics BS graduates engage in a capstone research project for which they write a paper, then give a presentation about the paper in the UAS mathematics seminars.
Some mathematics majors may also choose to give presentations or submit articles for publication outside of the mathematics seminar. Venues for presentations may include: The regional Pacific Northwest Section Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America (PNW MAA); MathFest, the National Meeting of the MAA; and events on the Juneau Campus of UAS, such as the URECA Art Meets Science Series.
|Evan Carnahan||Mar 2019 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences||Impact of Glacier Loss and Vegetation Succession on Annual Basin Runoff|
|Evan Carnahan||2018 URECA Art Meets Science Week Series, UAS||Modeling Glacier Runoff in a Changing Climate|
|Blake Fletcher||2018 URECA Art Meets Science Week Series, UAS||An Introduction to Eisenstein Triples|
|Austin Tagaban||2018 URECA Art Meets Science Week Series, UAS||The Basic Principles of Ethnomathematics|
|Ben Malander & Felix Xian||2016 URECA Art Meets Science Week Series, UAS||Modeling Downtown Traffic from Cruise Ships|
|Jo Anne Baranski||2015 URECA Art Meets Science Week Series, UAS||Developing a New Class of Functions|
|John Heritsko||2015 URECA Art Meets Science Week Series, UAS||Dynamical Systems|
|Andre Bunton||2015 URECA Art Meets Science Week Series, UAS||The Laplace Transform: Differential Equations with Complex Valued Solutions|
|Andre Bunton||Award winning PME Presentation at 2014 MathFest, Portland, OR||Simultaneous Generation of a Simple Basis B and a Corresponding B-CZDS|
|Eric Keller||2013 PNW MAA Section Meeting, Salem OR||Mathematical Resilience in Biological Systems|
|Gabriel Wechter||2012 PNW MAA Section Meeting, Portland OR||Investigating Infinite Exponentials|