• 2021 Awards Announced for Top Expository Mathematical Writing in MAA Publications
  • Mathematical Association of America Honors Members with Service Awards
  • Four Outstanding Teachers Honored with MAA’s 2021 Teaching Awards
2021 Awards Announced for Top Expository Mathematical Writing in MAA Publications
Mathematical Association of America Honors Members with Service Awards
Four Outstanding Teachers Honored with MAA’s 2021 Teaching Awards
2021 Awards Announced for Top Expository Mathematical Writing in MAA Publications

WASHINGTON, DC (July 28, 2021) We are pleased to announce the 2021 award recipients for the Carl B. Allendoerfer Award, Trevor Evans Awards, Paul R. Halmos-Lester R. Ford Award, Merten M. Hasse Award, and George Pólya Award.
Mathematical Association of America Honors Members with Service Awards

WASHINGTON, DC (July 28, 2021) Mathematical Association of America (MAA) members receive service awards for their contribution to the field of mathematics and to the Association. We are pleased to announce the 2021 award recipients for the Meritorious Service Award and C...
Four Outstanding Teachers Honored with MAA’s 2021 Teaching Awards

WASHINGTON, DC (July 28, 2021) Annually, the Mathematical Association of America honors teachers who are making an impact on STEM education with the Alder Awards and Dolciani Award. We are pleased to announce the 2021 Alder Award winners Andrew Penland, Alexander Diaz, K...
2021 Award Winner Announced for MAA’s Inclusivity Award

Inspired by one professor’s devotion and the impact they have made in the field of mathematics.
MAA & CU Boulder Receive $2.75 Million to Improve Online Training for Math Instructors

(July 20,2021) Washington, D.C. - The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), in collaboration with the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder), a $2.75 million grant. This grant will improve online, teaching-focused p...
Uncovering a Passion for Mathematics

“Nothing else had ever struck me as the thing I was supposed to do until this,” Tien Chih says, recalling the moment in his undergraduate career when he realized he was meant to be a math teacher.
Meet Stephanie Salomone: New MAA Project NExT Associate Director

For as long as Stephanie Salomone can remember, she always loved learning. Her parents — an educator and an engineer — encouraged Salomone throughout her childhood to gain a variety of learning experiences, including everything from mathematics to music lessons to explor...
Mathematical Association of America’s Headquarters Becomes a New Home For The University of Utah’s Washington D.C.-Based Interns

New home for the University of Utah’s Washington D.C.-based interns will continue location’s legacy as a convening space to advance education
Mathematics Unites Young Women & Challenges the Gender Gap in STEM

WASHINGTON, DC (May 21, 2021) — According to the Census Bureau, women have made significant gains in the STEM workforce over the years, but men still dominate the field. In 2019, "Men made up 52% of all U.S. workers but 73% of all STEM workers."
MAA AMC Awards $25,000 to 38 Young Women for Top Scores

WASHINGTON, DC (April 16, 2021) — The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) continues to close the gender gap by celebrating 845 young women (38 receiving awards and 807 receiving certificates) around the nation for their achievements in this year’s MAA American Math...
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