The following scholarships are awarded each spring by the Department of Mathematics.
Elias A. Bond Graduate Fellowship in Mathematics
Scholarships are for two years, based on continued eligibility, and are for entering full-time graduate teaching assistants in the Mathematics Department. Selection is made on the basis of academic merit from admitted graduate students. A scholarship for one year is awarded to a graduate teaching assistant embarking on the second year of graduate study, based on academic merit. No application is necessary.
Richard Greene Graduate Scholarship
Scholarships are for students who have passed the Qualifying Exam. The number and amount of awards will vary from year to year.
Richard Greene Academic Excellence Scholarship
Scholarships are for two teaching assistants who are recipients of the annual Richard Greene Award for Academic Excellence.
Richard Greene Teaching Excellence Scholarship
Scholarships are for two teaching assistants who are recipients of the annual Richard Greene Award for Teaching Excellence.
For more information about these scholarships, please contact the Math Department at (360) 650-3785, Bond Hall 202.