Published on June 12, 2013  

Samford's Department of Mathematics and Computer Science presented its annual student honors at the end of the spring 2013 semester.

Awards included:

Outstanding Graduates in Mathematics: Joshua Brandl and Evan Elmore

Outstanding 3rd Year Math Majors: Corey Fuller and Megan Reneau

Outstanding 2nd Year Math Majors: Jeffrey Dzugan and Blake Dunshee

Outstanding First Year Math Major: Zhichao Li

Outstanding Computer Science Senior: Nicholas Dzugan

Outstanding Computer Science Junior: Tanner Hixson

Outstanding Computer Science Sophomore: Anna McLendon

Outstanding Computer Science Freshman: Emily Condra
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