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January 01, 2001
MAA Governor-at- large Jacqueline Brannon Giles with Dr. Llayron L. Clarkson and Mrs. Charlotte Haynes of the...
January 01, 2001
The Math Forum has been acquired by Drexel University and is now known as the Math Forum @ Drexel. The new address...
October 21, 2000
  (30 September 1894 — 21 October 2000) By Arthur B. Powell...
June 30, 1999
One Hundred Years of the Monthly Now on JSTOR The entire content of volumes 1-100 (1894-1993) of the American...
August 21, 1998
The "Standards 2000" project of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics has released a draft of the...
April 09, 1998
One doesn't often see serious treatments of mathematics on television, so it's worth noting that one such is...
July 21, 1997
At its meeting in Toronto, the Board of Governors approved a proposal to establish an annual Jim Leitzel Lecture. This...
June 30, 1940
“Tri-Section” Meeting On November 5-6, 2004, the MA.A. sections from Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky...

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New MAA Book: Euler and Modern Science

New MAA Book: Euler and Modern Science

Euler and Modern Science
N. N. Bogolyubov, G. K. Mikhailov, and A. P. Yushkevich
, Editors
425 pp., hardbound, 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88385-564-5

Former MAA President Victor Klee Has Died

Former MAA President Victor Klee Has Died

Victor Klee, who was MAA President from 1971-72, died August 18 at Lakewood Hospital in Lakewood, Ohio. He was professor emeritus of mathematics at the University of Washington, Seattle, where he had spent nearly his entire career.

China Girls Math Olympiad: Success for U.S. Teams

China Girls Math Olympiad: Success for U.S. Teams

August 16, 2007

Sherry Gong, from Exeter, N.H., earned a gold medal and tied for first place at the 2007 China Mathematical Olympiad for Girls, which was held in Wuhan, China, from August 11-16.

MathFest 2007: Mathematical Contest in Modeling Winners

MathFest 2007: Mathematical Contest in Modeling Winners

August 16, 2007

"An applied Putnam."

MathFest 2007: A Rock Musician Finds Mathematics

Indie-rock musician Robert Schneider's love of mathematics didn't originate with a classic book on calculus or from a great high school teacher. No, The Apples in Stereo front man's affection for math began with a tape recorder.

Carriage House Lecture: Euler, Functions, and Analysis

Nowadays, the idea of function pervades mathematics, and math students readily recognize the notation f(x) as representing a function. But it took centuries for mathematicians to go from the use of algebraic expressions for describing certain curves to the general notion of formulas (or functions) as stand-alone objects of considerable mathematical interest in themselves.

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