Nina Zubrilina to Receive the 2020 Morgan Prize

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First year graduate student Nina Zubrilina is the recipient of the 2020 AMS-MAA-SIAM Frank and Brennie Morgan Prize for Outstanding Research in Mathematics by an Undergraduate Student for "her research in the areas of analysis and analytic number theory... characterized by her independent vision, her creativity, and her technical abilities" while pursuing her undergraduate studies at Stanford University.

The AMS-MAA-SIAM Frank and Brennie Morgan Prize for Outstanding Research in Mathematics by an Undergraduate Student is awarded annually to an undergraduate student (or students for joint work) for outstanding research in mathematics. Any student who was enrolled as an undergraduate in December at a college or university in the United States or its possessions, Canada, or Mexico is eligible for the prize.

Since the first Morgan Prize was awarded in 1995, ten of the twenty five recipients have gone on to pursue their doctoral degrees at Princeton: Zubrilina G1, Ashvin Swaminathan G3 (2018), Levent Alpoge G5 (2015), Aaron Pixton '08 *13 (2009), Jacob Fox *10 (2005), Melanie Wood *09 (2003), Joshua Greene *09 (2002), Jade Vinson *01 (1997), Professor Manjul Bhargava *01 (1996), and Kannan Soundararajan *98 (1995); while Professor John Pardon '11 (2012) and Nathan Kaplan '07 (2008) received the prize for their undergraduate work here at Princeton.