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Transforming Post-Secondary Education in Mathematics (TPSE) will join 11 other math organizations as a partner for the Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM) in 2022 and beyond. TPSE advocates for stronger and more relevant education in mathematics in US colleges and universities. At JMM, TPSE will […]
By Scott Hershberger Uzbekistan has a long history of excellence in math and science. In the ninth century, Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi, a scholar born in the region of Khwarezm, wrote a landmark treatise on the solutions of linear and quadratic equations. The book’s title gave us the […]
Do you have an idea for a hands-on training pertaining to mathematics and/or statistics? Propose a minicourse for the 2022 Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM) in Seattle! This year, each minicourse will consist of two 2-hour sessions, and organizers will receive $1,000 to carry out their vision. […]
After the March 16 mass shooting in Atlanta, the American Mathematical Society (AMS) released a statement condemning ongoing racism and violence against people of Asian and Pacific Islander descent. Below is the full AMS message, as approved by its Council. The American Mathematical Society (AMS) […]
The NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences has launched a series of Virtual Office Hours in order to share information with the mathematics community about NSF’s current operations. Each month, a topic is selected for discussion from across the DMS portfolio, including a Q&A period. If […]
Aaron Pollack, an assistant professor of mathematics at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), has been awarded the AMS Centennial Fellowship for the 2021-2022 academic year. The fellowship provides support for course release, research-related travel, and research-related expenses. The […]
Join the AMS in celebrating Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month! April is the annual month devoted to increasing public understanding and appreciation of the vital roles that mathematics and statistics play in addressing real-world problems. We encourage people around the world to […]
By Scott Hershberger Harriet Pollatsek never set out to write a textbook. As a professor at Mount Holyoke College, she just wanted to help undergraduate students engage with the beauty of Lie groups—a topic not normally covered until graduate school. Finding no existing materials at the […]
Past recipients of the AMS Trjitzinsky Awards share their journeys By Scott Hershberger When she was growing up, Kara Lavender Law’s definition of summertime fun was solving logic puzzles and doing math workbooks. In high school, the Chappaqua, New York, native would often evaluate […]