SPRINGFIELD, Ohio—The Wittenberg Math and Computer Science has announced the winners of its prestigious departmental awards, which are funded by the Paul Hessler Memorial Fund and the Charles and Elsie Little Endowed Fund for Student awards for Outstanding Achievement in Mathematics.
The Paul Hessler Memorial Fund was established in memory of Associate professor Paul Hessler, who was a Wittenberg Professor from 1969-1978.
The Charles and Elsie Little Endowed Fund was established by Richard A. Little in honor of his parents. The income from the fund rewards worthy achievement in mathematics and computer science. These awards are given to graduating seniors to recognize superior successes in the department.
The Norman E. Dodson Award for Excellence in Preparing to Teach Mathematics was awarded to Emilie Larned. The Paul Hessler Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Mathematics was awarded to Alec Biehl and Alexis Byers. The Charles and Elsie Little Mathematic Awards were awarded to Rebecca Agnor, Eric Mann, Rachel Ross, Lisa Simpson, and Alexander Tatusko.
By Megan Conkle, '14