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Upcoming Events

Thu., Nov. 20: 5:15
SWiM Meeting
Guest speaker, Professor Abra Brisban from University of Wisconsin Eau Claire
CH-143


Fri., Nov. 21: 3:00
AMS Colloquium
Ivan Christov, Center for Non-Linear Studies, Los Alamos National Laboratory
CH-143


Sat., Nov. 22: 8:00am - 2:30pm
Preview Mines
Be sure to stop by the AMS booth with any mathematics or statistics questions you have!
Check-In: Green Ctr Lobby


Wed., Nov. 26 - Fri., Nov. 28: 
Thanksgiving Break
Everyone have a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving break!


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Math/Stat Moments

Martin Gardner (1914-2010)

Martin Gardner (1914 - 2010)

No Mathematical Moments would be complete without a discussion about Martin Gardner.  His Scientific American "Mathematical Games" columns, which ran from 1956 to 1981, are probably responsible for many of us being mathematicians.  In this, his centennial year, it is only appropriate to include some links to his works.

Enjoy!

1. The Top Ten Martin Gardner Scientific American Articles

2. Can You Solve a Puzzle Unsolved Since 1996?

3. Articles Alluded to in "Let the Games Continue"

4. Three Puzzles from Martin Gardner (1914-2010)

Need more Hexaflexagon discussions?  Check out the latest e-book available here

Thanks for everything Martin!

Spotlight on AMS

Congratulations to Prof. Paul Martin

Join us in wishing Professor Paul Martin a hearty congratulations!  Paul recently received the Dean's Excellence Award due to his "demonstrated meritorious achievement in teaching and scholarship".  For those of you that have been fortunate enought to have taken a class from Prof. Martin, you already know that the honor is well deserved.  For those of you that have not been so lucky, you definitely should change that.

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