Victor Twersky Memorial Scholarship Page

Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science

University of Illinois at Chicago

The scholarship may go to a graduate or undergraduate student; student must be studying applied mathematics and currently enrolled in applied math courses; must have completed at least 60 credit hours; selection of recipient must be based in part on quality of performance in academic coursework and letters of recommendation provided by faculty; scholarships not renewable.

The Victor Twersky Memorial Scholarship is a memorial to Professor Victor Twersky who was a long time faculty member in the Department of Mathematics and the founder, as well as principal supporter, of the department's Applied Mathematics Group. His research area was in Mathematical Physics, principally the scattering theory of electro-magnetic waves. He was a fellow of a number of scientific societies.
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