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#### Mathematical association of America (38)

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The Association was founded in 1915. The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) was founded in 1916 at a meeting of 104 interested persons at the University of Missouri. It is one of the largest professional organizations in the field of mathematics with 27,000 members. The mission of the MAA is to "to advance the mathematical sciences, especially at the collegiate level." The core interests of the MAA are education, research, professional dev...

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#### Mathematical Association of America. Committee on Educational Media (4)

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#### Mathematical Association of America. Committee on the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics (6)

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#### Mathematical Association of America. American Mathematical Monthly (2)

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#### The Mathematical Association of America (1)

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#### Mathematical Association of America. History of American Mathematics in World War II Committee. (2)

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This committee, formed in January 1980, was charged with planning a project whose initial goals were to identify published works and issue bibliographies as well as to locate unpublished sources and to encourage their preservation and their proper description. In addition It recognized the need for new personal memoirs and oral history interviews. More information on the history of this committee can be found in its minutes. Members were: J. Barkley Rosser (Chairman), Maynard J. Brichford, Ch...

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#### Mathematical Association of America. Southeastern Section (1)

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The Mathematical Association of America, a group that focuses on undergraduate mathematics education, was officially formed at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio in December 1915. Almost immediately mathematicians and administrators saw the need for a Southeastern Section, but several attempts to organize the section failed, mainly due to World War I. Finally, on April 22, 1922, the first meeting of the Southeastern Section took place in the Main Building of the Georgia School of Technol...

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#### Mathematical Association of America Michigan Section, (1)

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Mathematical Association of America-Michigan Section sponsors the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition.

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#### Mathematical Association of America - Board of Governors (1)

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#### Mathematical Association of America. Rocky Mountain Section. (1)

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University of Colorado mathematics professor Ira DeLong was a charter member of the New York Mathematical Society, which became the American Mathematical Society. He was elected to the Society in May 1891. One of the founders of the Colorado Mathematical Society in 1905, DeLong served as its president from 1905 to 1907 and from 1912 to 1914. He also served as president of the Rocky Mountain Section of the Mathematical Association of America.

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