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Mathematics: MIT OpenCourseWare

·http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/

Interested in integers? Fascinated by fractals? The MIT OpenCourseWare Mathematics website can assist you with your quest for knowledge where visitors have access to all of the materials this institution has contributed over the past few years. Users will note that there are over four dozen courses here, complete with syllabi, lecture notes, and even in some cases video lectures and other audio visual materials. Browse through the Featured Courses to learn about some of the most recent offerings, which include, "Nonlinear Dynamics I: Chaos" and "Category Theory for Scientists.” Additionally, users can sign up to receive updates when new materials are added to the site.

News

NSF CAREER Awards

Assistant Professors of Mathematics John Baldwinand Joshua Greene have won National Science Foundation CAREER Awards, the NSF's most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars. These awards bring to four the number of CAREER awards won byMathematics Department faculty in the past three years. 

 

 

Mathematician Wins Simons Fellowship

 
Professor of Mathematics Tao Li has been award a 2015 Simons Foundation Fellowship, granted to accomplished faculty for their recent research and the potential impact of their future work. BC Chronicle
 

Mathematician Named Sloan Fellow

Assistant Professor of Mathematics David Geraghty has received a prestigious Sloan Research Fellowship, awarded annually by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to rising stars among U.S. and Canadian early-career scientists and scholars. Geraghty's work focuses on number theory and a sub-area known as the Langlands program. BC News Release

 

Mathematics with the Common Core
A new video series from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and The Hunt Institute is aimed at enhancing understanding of the math students need for college, life and careers. It features McIntyre Professor of Mathematics Solomon Friedberg addressing conceptual understanding of mathematics and foundations for success in algebra.
 

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