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The UD Putnam team, consisting of Brandon Gilbert, Joseph Buxton, and Chunxu Ji ranked 53 out of 568 in the Putnam competition which was held in December 2018. This highly competitive annual exam is the pre-eminent mathematics competition for undergraduates in the US and Canada. In 2018, 4,623 students from 568 institutions participated in the Putnam competition. Ten undergraduate students represented UD's Department of Mathematical Sciences in this prestigious competition under the mentorship of professor Sebastian Cioaba and Mahya Ghandehari: Brandon Gilbert, Joseph Buxton, Chunxu Ji, Raphael De La Cruz, Matthew Gargano, Alena Gusakov, Diana Li, Dong Liang, Ryan Talley-McGovern, and Zhizhen Wang. Of the 10 math majors, Brandon Gilbert scored the highest in the competition. Congratulations to the team, and all the 10 students who participated in the competition.
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