Mathematics and Statistics
Call for Papers
This collection of biographical sketches is being developed as part of Ohio¹s Bicentennial celebration. The project is sponsored by the Ohio Section and has been endorsed by the Science & Technology Council of The Ohio Bicentennial Commission. It is designed to foster public understanding, education, and appreciation of mathematics as a human endeavor and Ohio¹s contributions to that enterprise.
The biographies on this web site should be no more than 2 pages in length, along with a 3- or 4-line summary for the main page. See draft page for examples.
If you know of a more extensive web site that features your mathematician, you may want to include a link to that site. Alternatively, if you know of a web page for someone appropriate that we should point to, please let us know that too.
Please contact David Kullman (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Thomas Hern (email@example.com) about the site or the guidelines.