MathFest 2009 a Smashing Success
Check out some of the highlights from this year's record-breaking meeting here. More photos here.
Writing and Teaching Awards Handed Out at MathFest 2009
The MAA presented several prestigious awards in Portland, Ore. Read More
MathFest 5K Fun Run/Walk Helps Portland's Homeless
This year's edition of the 5K Fun Run/Walk, at MathFest in Portland, Ore. attracted around 175 runners and walkers, and the MAA was proud to donate $2,500 to JOIN, a Portland non profit organization. Read More
U.S. Team at the China Girls Math Olympiad Brings Home Seven Medals
All seven girls on the U.S. team at the 2009 China Girls Mathematical Olympiad team will be coming home with medals. Read More
Launchings by David Bressoud - Wolfram | Alpha
Read about the effect Wolfram|Alpha could have on the teaching of mathematics. Read More
The Mathematical Tourist by Ivars Peterson - High School Musical and Formulas for Pi
Find out what Ramanujan's mathematics is doing in the insanely popular Disney movie High School Musical. Read More
New Item in LOCI Resources
The Probability Aquarium is a Java applet that presents basic probability rules in the context of interactive questions based on selecting fish at random from an aquarium. Keep up with LOCI on Twitter by searching #maaloci.
September Math Horizons to Feature a Sleek, New Design
Subscribers to Math Horizons should watch for the student magazine's new look in the upcoming September issue.
Attention math departments! Don't forget to purchase your bulk subscription in time to get the new-look Math Horizons into your students' hands. Click here to subscribe
Elementary Cryptanalysis, 2nd Edition by Abraham Sinkov, updated by Todd Feil
Mathematics in Historical Context by Jeff Suzuki
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