Christina Sormani, Irene Gamba, Leslie Greengard, Kevin Payne, Terence Tao, and Tonatiuth Sánchez-Vizuet celebrate the mathematics of Cathleen Synge Morawetz in this memorial.
Gil Kalai, Sanjeev Arora, Catherine Goldstein, Sylvia Serfaty and Gregory F. Lawler provide introductions to their Plenary Lectures for the International Congress of Mathematicians 2018.
Melinda Lanius and Simone Sisneros-Thiry interview Department of Curriculum and Instruction at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign Professor Rochelle Gutiérrez.
Mathematics is on the rise in Sub-Saharan Africa, where a critical mass of researchers and educators is developing. This article provides snapshots of the experiences of several mathematicians who have done research and teaching south of the Sahara.
Donal O’Shea reviews Barry Mazur and William Stein's book whose mission it is to explain, "in a manner as direct as possible and with the least mathematical background required," the Riemann Hypothesis and why it is so important.
Amanda L. Golbeck, Thomas H. Barr, and Colleen A. Rose report on faculty salaries in part one of the Annual Survey of Mathematical Sciences.
In his Opinion piece, Mark C. Wilson makes a case for free fair open access journals, obtained by flipping existing journals, fostering volunteer-based journals, or founding new journals.
Friends of Joe Diestel offer fond remembrances of the mathematician whose influence cannot be measured simply by the theorems he proved.
Researcher Elise Lockwood presents a Doceamus on the central theme of her findings that students should focus on the sets of outcomes they are trying to count, not just the counting process.
Johnny L. Houston pens a memorial tribute for nationally acclaimed master teacher of collegiate mathematics and creator of the Morgan Potsdam Model Clarence F. Stephens.
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Mathematicians and family alike remember Hans Felix Weinberger who once described how he became a mathematician by explaining, “I was a physics major, but I kept breaking things."