Morris & Miriam Marden Graduate Award in Mathematics

The Morris and Miriam Marden Graduate Award in Mathematics is given to the best paper written on a mathematical topic by a graduate student as deemed by a committee of faculty members. Both quality of exposition and mathematical content will be evaluated. The paper need not be written specifically for the Marden Award; papers originally written for coursework, independent study, professional reports, dissertation, or other reasons are acceptable.

Applications are typically accepted in March/April each year.

The Late Morris and Miriam Marden and family
Varies $500 to $3,000
Schools, Colleges, Departments, and Areas
Graduate Student Scholarships, College of Letters and Science, Mathematical Sciences Department, UWM Foundation Scholarships
Supplemental Questions
  1. Upload a copy of your mathematical sciences paper. Required for graduate students; optional for undergraduates.
  2. Provide the name of one math professor or instructor who, if asked, would be able to provide supportive information about the paper you submitted.