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Andrew Zeller
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Andrew Zeller is a Ph.D. Candidate in Mathematics, now in his fourth year at Purdue. He studies partial differential equations under Professor Arshak Petrosyan. Originally from Defiance, Ohio, he received his B.S. in Mathematics and Physics from Bowling Green State University in 2012 and his M.S. in Mathematics from Purdue in 2014.

Andrew started Purdue’s graduate student chapter of the American Mathematical Society in 2013. He is the current President of Purdue Graduate Student Government, having served as Internal Vice President in 2014-15 and, prior to that, Chair of the Legislative and Strategic Planning Committee and Senator for the Department of Mathematics in 2013-14. Andrew plays viola and loves learning and debating about all manner of political issues, including most recently First Amendment and due process law.

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