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From the frigid depths of winter we offer mathematical solace: We begin this February 2015 issue with the first part of a two-part centenary-celebration feature on the life of Paul Erdős. Next we have intriguing discussions of the relationship between the National Security Agency and the mathematics profession. There are interviews with outgoing AMS President David Vogan and with Abel Prize Laureate Yakov Sinai. We present a description of the characteristics of successful calculus programs, offer a Scripta Manent on one professor’s account of editing an electronic journal, and a Doceamus treatment of how we can use history to more effectively teach mathematics. We hope that these fascinating readings will help to sustain the Notices reader until spring. —Steven G. Krantz, Editor

Reflections on Paul Erdős on His Birth Centenary

Krishnaswami Alladi and Steven Krantz, Coordinating Editors

(pp. 121-143)
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Seven Characteristics of Successful Calculus Programs

David Bressoud and Chris Rasmussen

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Time to Talk about Gender Equality in Math?
Maria Klawe

Letters to the Editor

A Book Review
Enlightening Symbols
Reviewed by Robyn Arianrhod


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