The American Mathematical Monthly hosted at Sam Houston State University
Editor: Scott T. Chapman
Editorial Assistant: Bonnie K. Ponce
ON PRE-ORDER NOW!!!!!!
For the first time ever the March Issue will be available for purchase from the MAA Store
for non-members of the MAA. The March Issue is the first special issue of the Monthly
in over 20 years! The issue celebrates the International Mathematics Summer School for Students
that took place in July of 2011 at Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany. The issue is
guest edited by Dierk Schleicher (Jacobs University) and Serge Tabachnikov (Penn State)
and includes papers from, among others, John Conway, Dmitry Fuchs, Étienne Ghys, Don Zagier,
and Tadashi Tokieda. Readers will not want to miss the amazing hand-drawn illustrations
in Tokieda's paper "Roll Models."
This special issue of the Monthly is available for individual purchase in the MAA Store. LIMITED SUPPLIES!
For more information about the International Mathematics Summer School, please visit their website.
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A Letter from the Editor
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