2019 Chuck Loch memorial award to top graduating majors
2019 marked the sixth year that the Departmental Excellence Award winners in mathematics and computer science received an award from the Charles Loch Memorial Fund. Through a generous gift from the Loch family, the Charles A. Loch memorial fund recognizes the top mathematics and computer science graduates with a monetary award in honor of the late Chuck Loch (pictured), who was a tenured Duquesne University mathematics professor of 42 years and former departmental chairman of the mathematics and computer science department. John Oehling and Andrea Sajewski were the 2019 recipients of Departmental Excellence Award in Mathematics. Samantha Beddings and Dylan Porter received the Departmental Excellence in Computer Science. Congratulations!
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