The Spirit of Ramanujan STEM Talent Initiative presents two types of awards.
Templeton–Ramanujan Development Awards

Books and monetary grants to offset the cost of online resources.

Templeton–Ramanujan Fellowships

Monetary grants of up to $5,000 USD to offset the costs of approved 2019 enrichment programs (not including high school or college tuition).

Some examples of approved programs:

Award winners may also choose to study with expert mentors in their field of choice. Applicants must indicate how grant funds will be used in their personal statements.

Winners from around the world

2017

  • Bishoy Adel (Egypt)
  • Kendall Clark (Maryland, USA)
  • Dean Cureton (Georgia, USA)
  • Sanath Devalapurkar (India)
  • Martin Irungu (Kenya)
  • Ishwar Karthik (Qatar)
  • Catherine Yeo (California, USA)
  • Weitao Zhu (China)

2018

  • Frank Aiello (Massachusetts, USA)
  • Serena An (South Dakota, USA)
  • Ahmed Ashraf (Qatar)
  • Himanshu Bajpai (India)
  • Derek Liu (California, USA)
  • Luke Robitaille (Texas, USA)
  • Espen Slettnes (California, USA)
  • Adit Vishnu (India)

2019

  • Yagmur Bingul (Turkey)
  • Yunseo Choi (Korea)
  • Paul Hamrick (USA)
  • Anna Krokhine (Canada)
  • Sandra Nair (India)
  • Rachana Madhukara (USA)
  • Razzi Masroor (USA)
  • Apoorva Panidapu (USA)
  • Alexandru Pascadi (Romania)
  • Junyao Peng (China)
  • Carl Quines (Phillippines)
  • Nathra Ramrajvel (USA)
  • Moses Samuelson-Lynn (USA)
  • Ivy Sauberan (USA)
  • Espen Sletnnes (USA)
  • Sinar Zaito (Lebanon)
Further resources from around the web

Educational website

Online mathematics forum and classes

Article by Ken Ono and Robert Schneider