Math Horizons is a vibrant and accessible forum for practitioners, students, educators, and enthusiasts of mathematics, dedicated to exploring the folklore, characters, and current happenings in mathematical culture.
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Aftermath essays appear in every issue of Math Horizons, and are also collected on the blog of the same name. The essays are intended to be editorials and do not necessarily reflect the views of the MAA.
Sample articles from Math Horizons are available here.
Such supplemental information as solutions for contests, contest winners, editorials, and other reader responses to Math Horizons articles is available here.
The Trevor Evans Awards, established by the Board of Governors in 1992 and first awarded in 1996, are presented by the Mathematical Association of America to authors of exceptional articles that are accessible to undergraduates and published in Math Horizons. The awards are named for Trevor Evans, a distinguished mathematician, teacher and writer at Emory University. The award is $250. See past winners.
Math Horizons is intended primarily for undergraduates interested in mathematics. Thus, while we especially value and desire to publish high-quality exposition of beautiful mathematics, we also wish to publish lively articles about the culture of mathematics. We interpret this quite broadly: We welcome stories of mathematical people, the history of an idea or circle of ideas, applications, fiction, folklore, traditions, institutions, humor, puzzles, games, book reviews, student math club activities, and career opportunities and advice.
No footnotes please, and while we encourage a suggested reading list at the conclusion of an article, references to essential sources should occur in the text. Manuscripts may be submitted electronically to editor David Richeson (email@example.com). The preferred electronic form is an MS Word document. Text files and LaTeX submissions are also acceptable.
If submitting by mail, please send a hard copy to:
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
P.O. Box 1773
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The Playground features problems for students at the undergraduate and (challenging) high school levels. All problems and/or solutions may be submitted to our Problem Section editor, Gary Gordon, at the following address:
Easton, PA 18042
Electronic submissions (preferred) may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, email address, school affiliation, and indicate if you are a student. If a problem has multiple parts, solutions for individual parts will be accepted. Unless otherwise stated, problems have been solved by their proposers.
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We welcome your comments, criticisms, and suggestions. Or perhaps you want to pitch an idea for an article before you begin. Contact the editor directly by e-mail.
David Richeson (email@example.com)