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Waldemar J. Trjitzinsky Memorial Awards

The Society received a bequest from the estate of Waldemar J., Barbara G., and Juliet Trjitzinsky, the income from which is used to assist students who have declared a major in mathematics at a college or university that is an institutional member of the AMS. These funds help support students who lack adequate financial resources and who may be in danger of not completing the degree program in mathematics for financial reasons.

Award Information

  • There is no application process for these awards. Therefore, neither individual students nor mathematics departments may apply for these scholarships.
  • Each year the Society selects a number of geographically distributed schools which in turn make one-time awards to beginning mathematical students to help them to pursue of careers in mathematics.
  • The amount of each scholarship is currently US$3000, and the number of scholarships awarded each year varies.
  • If you have any questions, contact the Professional Programs department at

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