Congratulations to Franklin Pezzuti Dyer on his excellent performance at the 82nd William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition.
Franklin is a Sophomore at UNM studying Computer Science and Mathematics. His competition score has placed him in the top 4% out of 2975 students from 427 institutions across the U.S. and Canada who participated in the competition this year. The Putnam competition is a prestigious annual mathematical competition for undergraduate students. Its problems test originality, technical competence, and familiarity with the formal theories embodied in undergraduate mathematics.
Professor Maxim Zinchenko has been in charge of the Putnam competition at UNM for several years, students interested should contact him.