, January 31, 2003.
"Professor Nakajima was awarded a big prize in Mathematics," a news release from Kyoto University regarding the AMS's 2003 Frank Nelson Cole Prize in Algebra awarded to Hiraku Nakajima, picked up by the Yomiuri, Asahi, Mainichi newspapers, January 18, 2003.
"UC San Diego Computer Scientist Wins Prestigious Mathematics Prize," a UCSD news release about Ronald Graham receiving the 2003 Steele Prize for Lifetime Achievement, which was dispatched through EurekAlert, Ascribe and NewsWise wire services.
"Goucher College Mathematicians to Participate in Joint Math Meetings," a news release on the Goucher College News & Events website.
"University of Maryland faculty will be playing important roles at the upcoming annual Joint Mathematics Meetings...," University of Maryland's OutlookOnline, January 14, 2003.
Loyola College in Maryland faculty members George Mackiw and Lisa A. Oberbroeckling, participants in the Joint Mathematics Meetings, are included in the "people" column of the college's Bulletin, January 13, 2003.
"UMBC Faculty Participate in Upcoming Joint Mathematics Meetings," University of Maryland Baltimore County Insights, "Kudos" column, January 2003.
"NYU Mathematician Peter Sarnak Awarded 2003 AMS Conant Prize," NYU Press Releases, January 21, 2003.
"Faculty members participate in joint mathematics meeting," News & Events, Salisbury University, January 21, 2003.
"Three Princeton mathematics professors have been honored by the American Mathematical Society for their advances in the field," Princeton Weekly Bulletin, February 4, 2003.
Also based on talks given at the meetings:
"A Race That's About More Than Speed: Richard Tapia, dragster mathematician, seeks to fuel minority scientists and engineers," Scott Smallwood, The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 28, 2003.
"Mathematicians Find Problems With New System for Scoring Figure Skating," Richard Monastersky, The Chronicle of Higher Education,, January 31, 2003. The writer interviewed Elyn Ryyken (Muhlenberg College), who gave a talk "The Canadians Should Have Won?" on January 18.
--- Annette Emerson, AMS Public Awareness Officer
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