Actuarial Science Program Awards
Every year the Actuarial Science program honors students' achievements with the following awards presented at SCMNS Honors and Senior awards banquet held on the 2nd Tuesday in May:
Travelers Undergraduate Achievement Award
This award is presented to students within their first year of being admitted into one of the majors/minors in the Actuarial Sciences Program (ASP) who demonstrate excellence in academic performance and exhibit potential for success in the actuarial science field. Preference is given to students who have demonstrated leadership and/or service to community organizations while enrolled in the ASP at Morgan State University.
•· Grace Nyambura- Actuarial Science (2008-2009)
Actuarial Science Performance Award
The Actuarial Science Performance Award is presented to undergraduate students pursuing a major/minor in the Actuarial Science Program who have passed one or more of the Society of Actuaries/ Casualty Actuarial Society exams. Based on recommendations from faculty, the students' academic performance, and the number of actuarial exams passed, scholarships are awarded to top students in each class. This year the awards were made possible through the generous support of Travelers Companies Inc. The Actuarial Science program is grateful for their support.
•· John Were - Mathematics w/ concentration in ACSC (2008-2009)
Statistics and Actuarial Science Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Major and Concentration Programs
This award is presented to an undergraduate student with a declared major/concentration in Statistics and/or Actuarial Science. The criteria for selection include demonstrated academic excellence and a commitment related to the mission of the Actuarial Science Program to encourage the development and use of statistics, probability, decision-making and risk management. The award this year is made possible through the generous support of Travelers Companies Inc. The Actuarial Science program is grateful for their support.
•· Gilna Samuel- Mathematics w/ concentration in ACSC (2008-2009)