We are pleased to announce that Math Matters is available both in print and online.

The Thomas K. Caughey Dynamics Award was established in 2008 and is conferred in recognition of an individual who has made significant contributions to the field of nonlinear dynamics through practice, research, teaching and/or outstanding leadership.

Nearly three years ago, John M. Guckenheimer, the Abram R. Bullis Professor in Mathematics, was picked to co-chair a National Research Council committee charged with coming up with theoretical solutions to a real-life problem: the future of the electric grid.

Families from across the state, as well as New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware traveled to Cornell earlier this month for a Family Mathematics Program hosted by the outreach program of the Cornell Department of Mathematics and the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth.

A new episode will be published every Thursday, and discusses different facets of higher math.

Theoretical Linear Algebra and Calculus challenges young mathematicians at Cornell.

Professors Yulij Ilyahsenko and Robert Strichartz have been named 2017 Fellows of the American Mathematical Society (AMS).
Sept 15 - Oct 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month and the AMS is highlighting Prof. Marcelo Aguair as a featured Latin mathematician.

Twenty-five images go on display in Cornell’s Malott Hall Sept. 12 in the exhibition, “SymmetryScapes: An Exhibition of Mathematical Art.” Artist Frank Farris created the display’s aluminum prints, purchased by Cornell’s math department to celebrate the beauty and diversity of symmetry.

Steven Strogatz communicates the beauty of math not only to students but also to the public via books, TED Talks and publications like the New York Times.