Fri., Jan. 30: 3:00|
Michael Schuerer, Earth Systems Research Lab, NOAA
Mon., Feb. 2: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Math Club Meeting
A Welcome Back meeting where we discuss all the events coming this term!
Can You Afford a Piece of Mathematical History?
If so, on April 13 in New York, you will have the opportunity to bid on the notebook of Alan Turing containing his hand written thoughts from the period during which he was trying to break the famed Enigma Code. Though most of Turing's papers are in the archives at King's College in Cambridge, a notebook that was passed along to his close friend and fellow mathematician is now coming up for auction.
For more information on Alan Turing, check out these links:
- http://www.turing.org.uk, the Turing website, maintained by biographer Andrew Hodges;
- http://www.alanturing.net, the Turing Archive for the History of Computing;
or catch a movie:
Spotlight on AMS
Congatulations to Becky Swanson
Congratulations to Prof. Becky Swanson as one of the joint recipients of the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Recognition Award.
Becky co-developed the Society for Women in Mathematics (SWiM) - a program designed to create a community of support for female faculty and students. In addition to holding leadership positions in several AMS programs that have and will directly impact our majors, Becky serves as a role model who encourages other females, and all students, to participate in a variety of the AMS activities available to them.
Congratulations Becky for a job well done!
Check out the opportunities inside AMS or Ask Us if you have any questions.