In recognition of outstanding academic achievement, Sarah Wilson ’15 has been named the Stonehill College Mathematics Department’s 2015 Outstanding Student.
Wilson, a mathematics and economics double major from West Suffield, Connecticut, has demonstrated a commitment to scholarship that exemplifies the habits of mind the Stonehill seeks to help students cultivate.
“Sarah is an exceptional student,” says Heiko Todt, assistant professor of mathematics. “This award is for her stellar performance in mathematics during her time at Stonehill.”
Wilson, who interned at State Street Global Advisors in Boston this semester, will pursue a Ph.D. in economics at Clemson University. She will begin her graduate studies in the fall.
“Sarah is not only an exceptional math student, but also a great economics student,” adds Todt. “While I am sad that she is leaving Stonehill, I am sure she will succeed at Clemson.”
Selected Activities and Achievements
- Moreau Honors Scholar
- 2014 SURE (Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience) Scholar
- Inducted into Lambda Epsilon Sigma Honor Society (Stonehill College)
- Inducted into Kappa Mu Epsilon Honor Society (mathematics)
- Presented the results of her research on graph theory at the 46th Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing at Florida Atlantic University
- Captain of the Stonehill College Cross Country team
- Captain of the Stonehill College Track and Field team