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March 16, 2009
Dan Kalman Explores Polynomia and Related Realms
Polynomials are among the simplest of algebraic objects, yet they are also among the most useful. And they have many...
March 11, 2009
Math Research Takes Top Spot at Intel Science Talent Search 2009
The grand prize winner of this year's Intel Science Talent Search was math wizard Eric K. Larson, 17, of Eugene,...
February 19, 2009
Annual Survey: First Report on the State of the Mathematical Sciences 2008
More new doctoral recipients in 2007-08 did their dissertations in statistics and biostatistics (27%) than in any other...
February 17, 2009
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Magazine Samples the 2009 Joint Mathematics Meetings
Writing in the Feb. 13 Science, Barry Cipra highlighted presentations on fractal billiards, geometric gerrymandering,...
February 02, 2009
Media Outlets Score Math Highlights from 2009 Joint Math Meetings
The news media uncovered a variety of newsworthy topics at the 2009 Joint Mathematics Meetings, which were held in...
January 15, 2009
Maryland Professor Richard Good Leaves a Large Legacy for Project NExT
The MAA has received one of the largest donations in its history: a $400,000 bequest toward the support of Project NExT...
January 02, 2009
An Interview with David Bressoud, MAA President
By Ivars Peterson David Bressoud is DeWitt Wallace Professor of Mathematics at Macalester College. He served in the...
January 01, 2009
Advocacy and Public Policy Effort of the Mathematical Associaton of America
The Mathematical Association of America is the largest professional society that focuses on mathematics accessible at...
December 22, 2008
Tools for Teaching Mathematics in the United States, 1800-2000
Mathematical education in the United States has long relied on a variety of ingenious devices to convey important ideas...
December 15, 2008
An Interview with Andrew Granville
Andrew Granville is the Canadian Research Chair in number theory at the Université de Montréal. He...
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