This award is given annually to a mathematician (or group of mathematicians) who has made significant contributions of lasting value to mathematics education.
Priorities of the award include recognition of:
Award Details: The \$1,000 award is given annually. The recipient is selected by the Committee on Education.
Next Prize: 2019
Nomination Procedure: Letters of nomination may be submitted by one or more individuals. The letter of nomination should describe the significant contributions made by the nominee(s) and provide evidence of the impact these contributions have made on the teaching and learning of mathematics. The letter of nomination should not exceed two pages, and may include supporting documentation not to exceed three additional pages. A brief curriculum vitae for each nominee should also be included. The non-winning nominations will automatically be reconsidered, without further updating, for the awards to be presented over the next two years.
Most Recent Award: 2018 – Dr. Eric Stade, Professor of Mathematics at University of Colorado, is an accomplished mathematician who has not only made sustainable and replicable contributions to mathematics education for students in the first two years of college, but he has also worked directly with pre-college teachers to enhance their impact on mathematics achievement. His outstanding contributions exemplify perfectly the priorities of the award.
The online nomination form is strongly encouraged, however, nominations may be submitted by email or by postal mail to:Award for Impact on the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics
About the Prize The Award for Impact on the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics was established by the AMS Committee on Education in 2013. The endowment fund that supports the award was established in 2012 by a contribution from Kenneth I. and Mary Lou Gross in honor of their daughters Laura and Karen.