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EECS Students Are Winners in KU Math Competition

May 11, 2022

EECS student Siddharth Dodia wins the third-place award in the annual KU Math Prize Competition. Colin Marett, a junior in mathematics and computer science, wins the first-place award.

The annual KU math prize competition, open to all KU undergraduate students, is sponsored by the Department of Mathematics and took place in April. The competition has two levels: a junior level and a senior level. The junior level competition was open to all undergraduates of non-senior standing and assumes a knowledge of first-year calculus. Dodia and Marett competed at the junior level.

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