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Math student wins top undergrad College of Science research award

Delaney Mosier receives the honor for her work in the mathematics of sea ice.

Delaney Mosier

Delaney Mosier, a graduating senior in mathematics, has been awarded the 2020 College of Science Research Scholar Award for her cutting-edge work in the area of sea ice concentration, using partial differential equation models.

“I am humbled to receive this award,” said Mosier. “The College of Science is teeming with groundbreaking research, so it’s an overwhelming honor to be considered one of the top researchers in the college. I’m proud to be a representative of the amazing research going on in the field of mathematics.”

The College of Science Research Scholar Award, established in 2004, honors the College’s most outstanding senior undergraduate researcher. The Research Scholar must be a graduating undergraduate major of the College of Science, achieve excellence in scientific research, have definite plans to attend graduate school in a science/math field and be dedicated to a career in science/math research.

Read more about Mosier’s research here.