Student award has been named in honor of retiring professors.

In recognition of a combined 74 years of service to Huntington University, a student award has been named in honor of retiring professors, Dr. Francis Jones and Dr. Winfield Wetherbee, both professors of mathematical sciences. The Jones/Wetherbee Mathematics and Computer Science Award has been established by faculty, staff, alumni and friends in recognition of Jones’ and Wetherbee’s service to the university. The award will be given to one student in the mathematics and computer science department each year. It will encourage the student to continue pursuing mathematics or computer science by supporting the purchase of mathematical software or other technology to assist in his or her academic pursuits.