MAA Announces $70,000 in Dolciani Foundation Funding to Support Pre-College Math Students

Washington, D.C. – The Mathematical Association of America, on behalf of the Mary P. Dolciani Halloran Foundation, awarded $70,000 in funding to 16 organizations to develop mathematical enrichment programs for talented students in middle school or high school.
MAA Funds 42 Campuses to Prepare Math Students for Careers in Industry

Washington, D.C. – The Mathematical Association of America announces funding for 42 colleges and universities to offer a course that challenges students to use math to solve an industrial research problem as part of the MAA Preparation for Industrial Careers in Mathemati...
MAA Announces $145,000 in Tensor Foundation Funding to Encourage Women and Historically Underrepresented Groups in Math

Washington, D.C. – The Mathematical Association of America, on behalf of the Tensor Foundation, awarded $145,480 in funding to 28 institutions to encourage college and university women, pre-college girls and underrepresented groups to pursue mathematics.
U.S. Team Takes Second Place at European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad

Washington, D.C. – The U.S. team took second place at the European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO) held April 9-15, 2018 in Florence, Italy against teams from 52 countries. In addition to second place team honors, each member of the four-person team was awarded a med...
U.S. Team Wins 1st Place at International Math Competition

U.S. Students Take Top Honors at Romanian Master of Mathematics
Putnam Competition Names Top Students in College Mathematics

Washington, DC - The results of the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition, the preeminent undergraduate mathematics competition, were announced today. The 78th annual Putnam Mathematical Competition, organized by the Mathematical Association of America, recogniz...
Mathematical Association of America Welcomes New Secretary, President-Elect, and Board of Directors Members

Washington, D.C. - On Feb. 1, the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) welcomes the following officers to the Board of Directors:
MAA to Honor Authors of Year’s Best Books in Mathematics

Washington, D.C. - Awards for the year’s best books in mathematics will be given to Matt Parker, Roland van der Veen, and Jan van de Craats by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). The award winners will receive their prizes on Jan. 13 at the Joint Mathematics M...
MAA to Honor Exemplary Mathematical Papers and Service at Joint Mathematics Meetings

Washington, D.C. - Prizes for meritorious service and exemplary writing will be awarded to mathematicians David Bressoud, Gary Gordon, Hortensia Soto, Ronald Taylor, Jr., and Daniel Velleman by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) on Jan. 13, 2018 in San Diego a...
MAA Supports Summer Math Research for Underrepresented Groups

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Mathematical Association of America announced $324,018 in funding for 10 colleges and universities to offer a summer research experience with a stipend for students from historically underrepresented groups in mathematics as part of the Strengthen...
MAA Announces $70,000 in Dolciani Foundation Funding to Support Pre-College Math Students

Washington, D.C. – The Mathematical Association of America, on behalf of the Mary P. Dolciani Halloran Foundation, awarded $70,000 in funding to 16 organizations to develop mathematical enrichment programs for talented students in middle school or high school.
MAA Funds 42 Campuses to Prepare Math Students for Careers in Industry

Washington, D.C. – The Mathematical Association of America announces funding for 42 colleges and universities to offer a course that challenges students to use math to solve an industrial research problem as part of the MAA Preparation for Industrial Careers in Mathemati...
MAA Announces $145,000 in Tensor Foundation Funding to Encourage Women and Historically Underrepresented Groups in Math

Washington, D.C. – The Mathematical Association of America, on behalf of the Tensor Foundation, awarded $145,480 in funding to 28 institutions to encourage college and university women, pre-college girls and underrepresented groups to pursue mathematics.
U.S. Team Takes Second Place at European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad

Washington, D.C. – The U.S. team took second place at the European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO) held April 9-15, 2018 in Florence, Italy against teams from 52 countries. In addition to second place team honors, each member of the four-person team was awarded a med...
U.S. Team Wins 1st Place at International Math Competition

U.S. Students Take Top Honors at Romanian Master of Mathematics
Putnam Competition Names Top Students in College Mathematics

Washington, DC - The results of the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition, the preeminent undergraduate mathematics competition, were announced today. The 78th annual Putnam Mathematical Competition, organized by the Mathematical Association of America, recogniz...
Mathematical Association of America Welcomes New Secretary, President-Elect, and Board of Directors Members

Washington, D.C. - On Feb. 1, the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) welcomes the following officers to the Board of Directors:
MAA to Honor Authors of Year’s Best Books in Mathematics

Washington, D.C. - Awards for the year’s best books in mathematics will be given to Matt Parker, Roland van der Veen, and Jan van de Craats by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). The award winners will receive their prizes on Jan. 13 at the Joint Mathematics M...
MAA to Honor Exemplary Mathematical Papers and Service at Joint Mathematics Meetings

Washington, D.C. - Prizes for meritorious service and exemplary writing will be awarded to mathematicians David Bressoud, Gary Gordon, Hortensia Soto, Ronald Taylor, Jr., and Daniel Velleman by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) on Jan. 13, 2018 in San Diego a...
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