Morris & Miriam Marden Undergraduate Award in Mathematics

The Morris and Miriam Marden Undergraduate Award in Mathematics is given to one or more outstanding majors in the Department of Mathematical Sciences: math, data science, actuarial science, & applied math and computer science. Priority in the selection process will be given to students who submit an outstanding research paper on a mathematical topic. 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, or other reasons are acceptable. Students who choose to not submit a paper may also be considered based on their academic record at the discretion of the faculty review committee.

Applications are typically accepted in April each year.

The Late Morris and Miriam Marden and family
Varies from $500 to $3,000
Schools, Colleges, Departments, and Areas
Actuarial Science Program, 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 a UWM professor or instructor who, if asked, would provide a positive reference for your application.