**The Jon A. Bucsela Prize in Mathematics**--for distinguished scholastic achievement, professional promise and enthusiasm for mathematics, from the MIT mathematics department

- Daniel M. Kane 2007, Mathematics and Physics, Madison, WI

**AMS-MAA-SIAM Frank and Brennie Morgan Prize**--for outstanding research in mathematics by an undergraduate student

- Daniel M. Kane 2007, Mathematics and Physics, Madison, WI

**Alice T. Schafer Prize**--for excellence in mathematics by an undergraduate woman in mathematics, by the Association for Women in Mathematics

- Yaim R. Cooper, 2007, Mathematics, was a runner-up for the 2007 prize

**2007 Mathematical Contest in Modeling**--Outstanding Winners category: MIT Team

- Daniel R. Gulotta 2007, Physics and Mathematics, Naperville, IL

- Daniel M. Kane 2007, Mathematics and Physics, Madison, WI

- Andrew P. Spann 2007, Chem. Eng. and Mathematics, Little Rock, AR

**Special Prize from Society for Industrial & Applied Math**--for best paper

- Daniel R. Gulotta 2007, Physics and Mathematics, Naperville, IL

- Daniel M. Kane 2007, Mathematics and Physics, Madison, WI

- Andrew P. Spann 2007, Chem. Eng. and Mathematics, Little Rock, AR

**The Charles W. and Jennifer C. Johnson Prize**--to graduate student(s) in mathematics for an outstanding research paper accepted for publication in a major journal

- Silvia Montarani, G, Latina, Italy

- Luis A. Rademacher G, Santiago, Chile

**The Charles and Holly Housman Award for Excellence in Teaching**--to graduate student(s) in mathematics for skill and dedication in undergraduate teaching

- Jason M. Burns G, Columbia, SC

- Ilya Elson, G, Livingston, NJ

- Teena M. Gerhardt G, Hartsville, SC

**Summer 2007 Liftoff Fellow by Clay Mathematics Institute**

- Pavlo M. Pylyavskyy G, Vinnitsa, Ukraine

**The Sixty-Seventh Annual William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition**

The MIT Putnam team placed third:

- Oleg I. Golberg 2008, Mathematics, Somerville, MA

- Daniel M. Kane 2007, Mathematics and Physics, Madison, WI

- Kuat T. Yessenov 2008, EECS and Mathematics, Pavlodar, Kazakhstan

**Putnam Fellows included three (out of five total) from MIT:**

- Hansheng Diao 2009, Mathematics, Shanghai, China

- Daniel M. Kane 2007, Mathematics and Physics, Madison, WI

- Yufei Zhao 2010, undeclared, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada

*A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 6, 2007 (download PDF).*