In this feature piece, professor Simon Donaldson discusses Karen Uhlenbeck‘s many pioneering contributions to global geometry, concentrating primarily on her 1980s work of variational problems in differential geometry.
A housemother at a Montana orphanage in 1924, few would have predicted that Gertrude Mary Cox would go on to become one of the most influential statisticians of the twentieth century.
Having recently celebrated her centennial birthday, Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson has lived to receive many awards, honors, and recognitions. In this piece, Johnny L. Houston profiles her pioneering work.
A collection of mathematicians' tributes to renowned dynamicist Marina Ratner in this Memorial.
Clare Booth Luce's unexpected support of women in math and science
Math Societies to Lawmakers: This is Why You Should Fund Basic Research.
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