Colleagues honor the work and life of world leader in algebraic geometry, Claire Voisin.
Speakers from the upcoming Spring Southeastern, Western, and Eastern Sectional Meetings kindly provide introductions to their Invited Addresses.
Bruce Bukiet has employed math to make contributions toward the better understanding of biology, bombs, and bugs. In this article he turns his attention to baseball.
Brian Street offers a deeper look into the complexities of hypoellipticity, introduced in this month's WHAT IS column.
Tamás Forgács reviews Peterson and Rubenstein's book, which serves as a compilation of ideas on the NSF's 25-year-old REU program in mathematics, what it has achieved, how it has changed, and where the idea will go next.
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Professor of Planning at the Sol Price School of Public Policy at USC, Martin H. Krieger gives advice on writing a good introduction and its importance to the overall value and appeal of a paper.
Andy Andres comments on the analytics used in sports.