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Madeleine Angerdina is the Spring 2022 Outstanding Graduate for the Ray P. Authement College of Sciences.

She is a mathematics major minoring in political science and economics. Her GPA is 4.0. Angerdina was selected as a Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics Scholar. She was among eight students who placed second in Mathematical Association of America regional competition. Angerdina has been vice president of the Math Society, vice president of finance for Alpha Delta Pi, and secretary and treasurer for Young Democratic Socialists of America. She belongs to Students for the Advancement of Women, the Association for Women in Mathematics, the Student Public Policy Organization and Students for the Autism Society. Angerdina conducted research for the Department of Mathematics and at the Kathleen Babineaux Blanco Public Policy Center. She will work in data analytics and pursue a master’s degree in public policy. Her parents are Colleen Angerdina of Madisonville, La., and David Angerdina of Covington, La.