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Caris Daily
Caris Daily  Mathematics, Undergraduate  Department of Mathematical Sciences
From that first stint as an algebra tutor as a high school sophomore, Caris Daily knew she wanted to spend her career mentoring people in the classroom.

Samir Kulkami
Samir Kulkami  2002 Alumnus, B.S. Mathematics  Department of Mathematical Sciences
Sometimes, fate moves you down an unexpected path.

John Kupferschmid
John Kupferschmid  1978 Alumnus, B.S. Mathematics, PreMed  Department of Mathematical Sciences
Studying mathematics may not be the most common path to a medical career, but for John Kupferschmid, M.D., it built his spatial reasoning for tasks such as crafting valves for the tiniest of hearts.

Tyler Foxworthy
Tyler Foxworthy  Mathematics, Undergraduate  Department of Mathematical Sciences
For most people, the sheet music of a symphony by Bach or Beethoven is as indecipherable as a fourpage mathematical proof or a worldchanging algorithm.

Igor Minevich
Igor Minevich  2009 Alumnus, B.S. Mathematics, Ph.D. Student, Brown University  Department of Mathematical Sciences
A native of Ukraine, Igor and his family moved to Indiana when he was 9.

Anna Mirza
Anna Mirza  Physics, Mathematics, Undergraduate  Department of Mathematical Sciences, Department of Physics
The first thing that one might notice about QuratulAnn “Anna” Mirza is her hijab—it’s usually brightly colored.

Bill Karr
Bill Karr  Mathematics, Undergraduate  Department of Mathematical Sciences
I am young eager mathematician on my way to graduate school to learn as much mathematics as possible.

Lauren Lembcke
Lauren Lembcke  Mathematics, Undergraduate  Department of Mathematical Sciences
The phrase “aha moment” actually appears in the Merriam Webster’s dictionary, defined as “a moment of sudden realization, inspiration, insight, recognition or comprehension.”

Karl Liechty
Karl Liechty  2010 Alumnus, Ph.D. Mathematics, PostDoc, University of Michigan  Department of Mathematical Sciences
One would never think of discussing a math problem with a jazz musician or asking a mathematics Ph.D. to play alto sax.

Natasha Arora and Igor Minevich
Natasha Arora and Igor Minevich  2007 Alumna, Ph.D. Brown University, 2009 Alumnus, Ph.D. Harvard University  Department of Mathematical Sciences
For Igor Minevich and Natasha Arora, the IUPUI Bepko Scholarship was both a ticket to an expensespaid education and serendipitous matchmaker.