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Department of Mathematics

Scholarship opportunities

To be considered for any of these scholarships, as well as for our department scholarship, students must fill out and submit the University's application

College Scholarships

  • Jason Fulton Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to a graduate student pursuing a degree within the College of Science and Mathematics with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. Preference is given to students with disabilities and those who show interest in Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences and/or Mathematics.
  • Carl E. Levin Science and Math Scholarship
    Given to a student pursuing a degree in Natural Sciences.
  • Harold V. Mestre Scholarship
  • Mark T. Kuncir Scholarship
    A $2,000 scholarship shall be awarded annually to qualified students who are a veteran or a member of the United States military. Preference will be given to students studying geology or science and math. Applicants must be in their sophomore year or higher and be in good academic standing.
  • Milton J. Lindner Memorial Scholarship
    $1,200 scholarship to benefit any deserving undergraduate/graduate student pursuing a course of study in the sciences under the auspice of the California State University, Fresno, College of Science and Mathematics. 
  • Neva W. Hollister Scholarship
    Awarded to upper-division students in the School of Natural Sciences.

Department of Mathematics Scholarships

  • Professor Frank Morris Memorial Scholarship
    An award to a student majoring in mathematics, preferably to a freshman or sophomore. The sole criterion for awarding the scholarship is mathematical merit.
  • Downing Science Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to entering senior undergraduate student in each department of the College of Science and Mathematics who is selected by the department as the outstanding scholar based on academic record and achievement through their junior year.
  • Harry A. Heagy Outstanding Student in Mathematics Scholarship
    A scholarship shall be awarded to an outstanding undergraduate and/or graduate student who has a declared major within the College of Science and Mathematics and a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3.0. Preference shall be given to students pursuing a degree in Mathematics.
  • Diana Herrington Scholarship for aspiring math teachers:                                                                                                                                                                  M-Power was a saying that Diana Herrington lived and breathed her whole life. A person would empower themselves more by using mathematical thinking and reasoning. Diana found a love for mathematics at a young age while on family hunting trips. While she pulled back the bow, she would visualize math in front of her. A mathematical question grabbed her attention in high school which later became her thesis in college, known as the Slater Theorem. During her college years, she worked at Vandenberg Air Force Base as a trajectory mathematician and government think tank member. Diana enjoyed looking at mathematical problems from different views. She continued to help government researchers as the “equation whisperer” since she could see unique details and explain what an equation could do. Her true passion was in sharing her love with mathematics, therefore moving away from research towards teaching. Diana spent most of her career teaching in Clovis Unified at Clovis High School where she received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching in 1999. This award led her to becoming a CalTAC member in 2005 until 2009. She continued to share her passion with different military think tanks while teaching mathematical education courses at Fresno State. Her legacy lives on in the minds and hearts of her students, colleagues, family, and readers of her google book.

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