Elise, one of only 16 American students, has been awarded a Winston Churchill Foundation scholarship. A senior, doubling in Math and Physics, Elise plans to pursue a Master’s degree in Physics at the University of Cambridge next year.
Along with Prof. Radunskaya their paper, "Mathematical Modeling of Tumor Immune Interactions: A Closer Look at the Role of a PD-L1 Inhibitor in Cancer Immunotherapy" (MS #1022) has been published to Spora: A Journal of Biomathematics.
Omayra Ortega ’01, visiting assistant professor of Mathematics, is bringing Sonia Kovalevsky Day to middle- and high-schoolers Feb. 10 in Millikan Laboratory. The event is designed to mentor young girls who are interested in mathematics.
"I gave my first gift to Pomona as a first-year. Working as a caller for the Annual Fund, I knew participation was key to the success of the program. I also give because of the generous financial aid I receive."