Macmorran Prize for Mathematics
Book and cash subject to available funds
No application required
This prize arises from a bequest by Margaret Macmorran in 1939 and subsequent contributions from Mr R C Macmorran in 1948 and Mrs Maggie Usher in 1961. It is awarded to the best student completing 45 points of 200-level Mathematics.
This prize arises from a bequest under the will of Margaret Macmorran, 1939. In 1948 this fund was increased by a gift from Mr R C Macmorran. A further sum to augment this fund was bequeathed in 1961 by Mrs Maggie Usher.
1. The prize shall be known as the Macmorran Prize for Mathematics and shall be awarded annually to the best student completing 45 points of 200-level mathematics courses.
2. The value of the prize shall be determined by the Academic Board after consideration of the income from the fund. The balance of income not expended shall be added to the fund.
3. Part of the prize money shall be spent on a book, or books.