Student Awards and Activities

An Albion College mathematics studentFive students are nominated for membership in the Mathematical Association of America.

The department recognizes the outstanding first-year math students of the previous year at the fall picnic.

The E. R. Sleight Scholarships are awarded to entering students and to current majors in the department.

The J. R. Lancaster Award is presented to the student who best exemplifies the liberally educated mathematics or computer science student.

The E. R. Sleight Prize is awarded to the outstanding senior in the mathematical sciences.

The Ronald C. Fryxell Prize is awarded to the outstanding senior in computer science.

The Michigan Alpha chapter, established at Albion in 1937, of the mathematics honorary society Kappa Mu Epsilon promotes mathematical lectures, films, and social events.

Students participate in a variety of statewide and national competitions, including:

Students attend and present papers at local, regional, and national forums, including: