Congratulations 2009 Actuarial Science Award Winners!

May,  2009

We would like to congratulate the students who were recognized for Actuarial Science awards at the Department of Mathematics awards program held on May 1, 2009.

Actuarial Science Award Winners

Pictured left to right: Elizabeth Moss, Parker Crosby, Trent Sahlin, William McCartney,
Rachel Smith, Dr. Richard Penney, Rebecca Lumley, Angela Hancock, Thomas Edson,
Eric Krafcheck, Alex Morton

College of Science Outstanding Science Students

When making the selections for this award, the College of Science considered outstanding academic achievement, a strong academic program, and evidence of co-curricular involvement, such as undergraduate research, community service, and leadership.

  • Rachel Smith, Senior in Actuarial Science
  • Alex Morton, Junior in Actuarial Science
  • Eric Krafcheck, Sophomore in Actuarial Science
  • Parker Crosby, Freshman in Actuarial Science

Exam Awards

The Exam Awards are given to undergraduate students who passed one or more Society of Actuaries exams in May 2008 and November 2008. They were presented on April 6th to the following students:

Abdul Rahim Ab Ghani Melanee Dallas Siliang Hu Alex Morton
Divvya Aggarwal Sally Diesslin Lingbo Huang Elizabeth Moss
Molly Amstutz Darren Doehrmann Eric Hyland Brett Newman
Jennifer Aschenbrenner Kristen Dyson Dhaval Jadhav Daniel O'Toole
Robert Astleford Robert Fulton Ian Jones Katie Poon
Steven Balog Nicholas Georgopoulos Jacqueline Keller Katherine Quinn
John Carroll Grant Goedde Eric Krafcheck Xuelu Ren
Vaidehi Chhaptrapati Angela Hancock Petrina Kusliawan Sarah Ryan
Greg Chomanczuk Sarah Haynes Jacob Libauskas Trent Sahlin
Frank Cinfio Erin Hennessey Kevin Libby Brian Schwartz
Chris Cunningham Matthew Hewitt Rebecca Lumley Rachel Smith
Jeremy Cunningham Michael Hoyer Lisa McGuire J. Daniel Stout

Actuarial Science Scholarships

Based on recommendations from faculty, academic performance, and the number of actuarial exams passed, scholarships are awarded to top students in each class. The awards this year were made possible through the generous support of AEGON, alumni, and Swiss Re. The Actuarial Science program is grateful for their support. The following students were recognized at the Math Awards program held on Friday, May 1, 2009.

  • AEGON Scholarship, Eric Krafcheck
  • Alumni Scholarship, William McCartney
  • Dan Rubin Scholarships, Thomas Edson and Trent Sahlin
  • Swiss Re Scholarships, Angela Hancock, Rebecca Lumley, and Elizabeth Moss