The College Mathematics Journal
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Cover of November 2007 issue
 
Editor  Brian Hopkins 

Former editors  Lowell Beineke, Warren Page, Michael Henle 
Categories  Mathematics 
Frequency  5/year 
Paid circulation  9,000 
Unpaid circulation  500 
Total circulation  9,500 
First issue  1970 
Company  Taylor & Francis for the Mathematical Association of America 
Country  United States 
Based in  Washington, D.C. 
Language  English 
Website  http://www.maa.org/pubs/cmj.html 
ISSN  07468342 
The College Mathematics Journal is an expository magazine aimed at teachers of college mathematics, particular those teaching the first two years. It is published by Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Mathematical Association of America and is a continuation of TwoYear College Mathematics Journal. It covers all aspects of mathematics. It publishes articles intended to enhance undergraduate instruction and classroom learning, including expository articles, short notes, problems, and "mathematical ephemera" such as fallacious proofs, quotations, cartoons, poetry, and humor.^{[1]} Paid circulation in 2008 was 9,000 and total circulation was 9,500.^{[2]}
The MAA gives the George Pólya Awards annually "for articles of expository excellence" published in the College Mathematics Journal.^{[3]}
References
 ^ "The College Mathematics Journal: Information for Authors". Mathematical Association of America. January 14, 2008. Retrieved 20090131.
 ^ "Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation". College Mathematics Journal. 39 (5): 428. November 2008. ISSN 07468342.
 ^ "The Mathematical Association of America's George Pólya Award". Mathematical Association of America. October 16, 2008. Retrieved 20090131.
External links
 Official website
 The College Mathematics Journal at JSTOR
 The College Mathematics Journal at Taylor & Francis Online
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