Deborah and Franklin Haimo Awards for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics
The Deborah and Franklin Tepper Haimo Awards for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics are awards given by the Mathematical Association of America to recognize college or university teachers^{[1]} "who have been widely recognized as extraordinarily successful and whose teaching effectiveness has been shown to have had influence beyond their own institutions."^{[2]} The Haimo awards are the highest teaching honor bestowed by the MAA. The awards were established in 1993 by Deborah Tepper Haimo and named after Haimo and her husband Franklin Haimo.^{[3]} After the first year of the award (when seven awards were given) up to three awards are given every year.
Winners
The winners of the award have been:^{[2]}
- 1993: Joseph Gallian, Robert V. Hogg, Anne Lester Hudson, Frank Morgan, V. Frederick Rickey, Doris Schattschneider, and Philip D. Straffin Jr.
- 1994: Paul Halmos, Justin Jesse Price, and Alan Tucker
- 1995: Robert L. Devaney, Lisa Mantini, and David S. Moore
- 1996: Thomas Banchoff, Edward M. Landesman, and Herbert Wilf
- 1997: Carl C. Cowen, Carl Pomerance, and T. Christine Stevens
- 1998: Colin Adams, Rhonda Hatcher, and Rhonda Hughes
- 1999: Joel Brawley, Robert W. Case, and Joan Hutchinson
- 2000: Arthur T. Benjamin, Donald S. Passman, and Gary W. Towsley
- 2001: Edward Burger, Evelyn Silvia, and Leonard F. Klosinki
- 2002: Dennis DeTurck, Paul Sally, and Edward Spitznagel Jr.
- 2003: Judith Grabiner, Ranjan Roy, and Paul Andrew Zeitz
- 2004: Thomas Garrity, Andy Liu, and Olympia Nicodemi
- 2005: Gerald L. Alexanderson, Aparna Higgins, and Deborah Hughes Hallett
- 2006: Jacqueline Dewar, Keith Stroyan, and Judy L. Walker
- 2007: Jennifer Quinn, Michael Starbird, and Gilbert Strang
- 2008: Annalisa Crannell, Kenneth I. Gross, and James Morrow
- 2009: Michael Bardzell, David Pengelley, and Vali Siadat
- 2010: Curtis Bennett, Michael Dorff, and Allan J. Rossman
- 2011: Erica Flapan, Karen Rhea, and Zvezdelina Stankova
- 2012: Matthew DeLong, Susan Loepp, and Cynthia Wyels
- 2013: Matthias Beck, Margaret Robinson, and Francis Su
- 2014: Carl Lee, Gavin LaRose, and Andrew Bennett
- 2015: Judith Covington, Brian Hopkins, and Shahriar Shahriari
- 2016: Satyan Devadoss, Tyler Jarvis, and Glen Van Brummelen
- 2017: Janet Barnett, Caren Diefenderfer, and Tevian Dray
- 2018: Gary Gordon, Hortensia Soto, and Ronald Taylor Jr.
References
- ^ Krantz, Steven George (2009), "4.23 Prizes and encomia", The Survival of a Mathematician: From Tenure-track to Emeritus, American Mathematical Society, pp. 133–136, ISBN 9780821846292. See in particular p. 136.
- ^ ^{a} ^{b} MAA's webpage on the Haimo Award
- ^ Hall, Leon M. (2017), "Founders, feminists, and a fascist – some notable women in the Missouri Section of the MAA", in Beery, Janet L.; Greenwald, Sarah J.; Jensen-Vallin, Jacqueline A.; Mast, Maura B., Women in Mathematics: Celebrating the Centennial of the Mathematical Association of America, Association for Women in Mathematics Series, 10, Springer, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-66694-5_7, ISBN 9783319666945. See in particular pp. 136–137, where founding this award is called Haimo's "most lasting accomplishment".
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