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Arnold Ross Lecture Series

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Arnold Ross Lectures are presented annually to mathematically talented high school students, and are supported by this endowed fund. Named for esteemed scholar and educator Arnold E. Ross (1906-2002), the talks are presented by outstanding mathematicians.

2016 Arnold Ross Lecture

Nancy Kopell, photo courtesy Boston University Professor Nancy Kopell, Professor of Mathematics at Boston University gave the 2016 Arnold Ross Lecture at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History in Fort Worth, Texas on Thursday October 27, 2016: "Brain Rhythms in Health and Disease"

Photo courtesy Boston University

History of Arnold Ross Lectures

Arnold RossArnold E. Ross (1906-2002) was an esteemed mathematics scholar and educator.

Paul J. Sally Jr.In 1996, Dr. Paul J. Sally, Jr. (1933-2013), also a respected scholar and teacher, established an endowed fund at the AMS to support the popular lectures in perpetuity.

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