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Undergraduate and Graduate Departmental Commencement

UPDATE 06/08/2020:  Due to COVID-19, all physical activities on campus has been suspended until further notice.  The department has decided not hold a commencement ceremony due to the fluctuating situation of COVID-19.  We will be posting some videos messages from faculty and fellow students, as well as award recipients’ names that are normally recognized at this event.  Students are encouraged to participated in the College’s virtual commencement (https://www.college.ucla.edu/commencement/).  

 
Mathematics Departmental Recognition for the Class of 2020 

A message to the graduates:

 

  • Departmental Awards
    • Outstanding Actuarial Science Student Award
      • TBD
    • Outstanding Mathematics/Economics Student Award
      • TBD
    • Sherwood Award
      • TBD
    • Daus Award
      • TBD
    • Pacific Journal of Mathematics Dissertation Prize
      • TBD

To view all departmental awards, please visit: www.math.ucla.edu/awards.  

If you have any further questions regarding the Mathematics Department Commencement Ceremony, please do not hesitate email us. Also please feel free to email with questions concerning:  

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Frequently Asked Questions & Answers:

1. What is the UCLA Mathematics Commencement Ceremony?

This day is a wonderful celebratory experience whereby students are honored before their families and close acquaintances, Faculty and Math Department staff for many years’ hard work.

During this ceremony, the Graduate or Undergraduate Vice Chair announces each student’s name as they walk across the stage. This ceremony is special in the personal nature of the student’s achievement; it is a day not to be missed!

 


 

If you have any further questions regarding the Mathematics Department Commencement Ceremony, please do not hesitate email us with questions concerning:
Undergraduate Degrees: ugrad@math.ucla.edu
Graduate Degrees: gradapps@math.ucla.edu