Noah Gamble Receives Undergraduate Award for Excellence in Applied Math

The Undergraduate Award for Excellence in Applied Mathematics is awarded to a graduating senior in recognition of their outstanding achievements and excellence in both their coursework and scientific research.

This year, the Award was given to Noah Corbin Gamble. Noah graduated Magna Cum Laude this past June, majoring in Engineering Sciences & Applied Mathematics, with a minors in Physics and Economics. During his time in ESAM, Noah participated in two research projects with Professor Madhav Mani. In the first project, Noah studied task differentiation in colonies of ants. In the second, Noah modeled and simulated the evolution of microbial ecosystems. Noah also was involved as a senior facilitator in the peer-guided study groups program, helping students learn vector calculus.

Congratulations, Noah!