A.J. Friend wins Phi Kappa Phi cup

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Mathematics major A.J. Friend has won the prestigious Phi Kappa Phi cup. This is the top academic honor for graduating seniors on the GT campus. The minimum requirement for the award is a 4.0 GPA, and there were 39 students that met the minimum. The selection of the winner depended upon a record of high scholarly achievement, intellectual sophistication, and research accomplishments. Congratulations A.J.!

Other recent winners of the Phi Kappa Phi cup who were from the School of Mathematics are: David Vener (2001 BS) who went on to get a Ph.D. at MIT (2006) and Vida Blair Dowling (2002 BS) who went on to get a Ph.D. at Princeton (2007).

For further information about A.J., see his recent spotlight.


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