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Morgan Prize

The Frank and Brennie Morgan Prize stands to recognize and encourage outstanding mathematical research by undergraduate students. It was endowed by Mrs. Frank Morgan of Allentown, PA. The prize is $1,200. Call for nominations.

List of Recipients

2014

Winner - Eric Larson, Harvard University

2013

Winner - Fan Wei, MIT
Honorable Mention - Dhruv Ranganathan, Harvey Mudd College

2012

Winner - John Pardon, Princeton
Honorable Mention - Hannah Alpert, MIT; Elina Robeva, Stanford

2011

Winner - Maria Monks, MIT
Honorable Mention - Michael Viscardi, Harvard; Yufei Zhao, MIT

2010

Winner - Scott Duke Kominers, Harvard University
Honorable Mention - Maria Monks, MIT

2009

Winner - Aaron Pixton, Princeton University
Honorable Mention - Andrei Negut, Princeton University

2008

Winner - Nathan Kaplan, Princeton University

2007

Winner - Daniel Kane, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

2005

Winner - Jacob Fox, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2004

Winner - Reid Barton, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Honorable Mention - Po-Shen Loh, University of Cambridge

2003

Winner - Melanie Wood, Duke University
Honorable Mention - Karen Yeats, University of Waterloo

2002

Winner - Joshua Greene, Harvey Mudd College

2001

Winner - Ciprian Manolescu, Harvard University
Honorable Mention - Michael Levin, MIT

2000

Winner - Jacob Lurie, Harvard University
Honorable Mention - Wai Ling Yee, University of Waterloo

1999

Winner - Sean Thomas McLaughlin, University of Michigan
Honorable Mention - Samit Dasgupta, Harvard University

1998

Winner - Daniel K. Biss, Harvard University
Honorable Mention - Aaron F. Archer, Harvey Mudd College

1997

Winner - Jade P. Vinson, Washington University
Honorable Mention - Vikaas S. Sohal, Harvard University

1996

Winner - Manjul Bhargava, Harvard University
Honorable Mention - Lenhard Ng, Harvard University

1995

Winner - Kannan Soundararajan, University of Michigan
Honorable Mention - Kiran Kedlaya, Harvard University

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