Duke Math Newsletter

Duke Math News was the newsletter for the Department of Mathematics.  Below are archived issues.

Spring 2016
Fall 2015
Spring 2015:  This issue features TENSOR grant (for Nov 2015 conference), 2012 NC Election Results, Kenan-Biddle Grant, and Big Data Grant.
Fall 2014:  This issue features MacArthur Fellow (Computing on Encrypted Data), and Srinivasa Ramanujan.
Spring 2014:  This issue features new courses MATH 404 and MATH 465.
Fall 2013:  This issue features new course MATH 477S.
Spring 2013:  This issue features new seminars Math 161FS and Math 182FS , and mathematic microbiology lecture by Dr. Balais.
Fall 2012:  This issue features lectures from the Where Art and Math Intersects series, and return of the Noetherian Ring.
Spring 2012:  This issue features 3rd Workshop for Women in Probability, Jordan Ellenberg Gergen Lecture, First Math Slam @ Duke, Melanie Matchett Wood "The Chemistry of Primes" lecture, ACM Programming announcement, and inaugural Datafest announcement.
Fall 2011:  This issue features new courses MATH 68, MATH 81 and MATH 195 and “Why Study Math?”
Spring 2011
Fall 2010:  This issue features the Math Department NSF RTG and 2010 NSF Fellowship award.
Spring 2010:  This issue features freshman seminars MATH 49S-01 and MATH 49S-02, and special graduate courses MATH 264, MATH 288, and MATH 389.
Fall 2009
Spring 2009
Fall 2008:  This issue features special topics graduate courses MATH 268.01 and MATH 358.01, and “Mathematics at Duke; The Early History.”
Spring 2008
Fall 2007:  This issue features new Undergraduate Certificate program Modeling Biological Systems, NOVA profile of professor Arlie Peters, and “Reminiscences of Richard E. Hodel” and “Reminiscences of Margaret J. Hodel.”
Spring 2007:  This issue features Duke Presidential Award recipient Yunliang Yu.
Fall 2006
Spring 2006:  This issue features the Hartemink Talk, NSF Grant for training HS teachers, and “A Generalization of Lagrange’s 4-squares Theorem.”
Fall 2005:  This issue features Einstein Celebration and undergraduate courses MATH 196S.
Spring 2005:  This issue features undergrad math colloquia with Dusa McDuff and Jordan Ellenberg and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
Fall 2004:  This issue features Engineering Math undergraduate courses MATH 107 and MATH 108 and mathematical model seminar MATH 196S, articles “Communicating Mathematics” and “Reminiscences of Undergraduate Life,” and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
Spring 2004:  This issue features the 3rd Duke Mathematics Journal Conference, 1st Triangle Discrete Math and Optimization Day, Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
Fall 2003:  This issue features new graduate courses MATH 283 and MATH 277, and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
Spring 2003:  This issue features the Geometry Festival, new graduate courses MATH 248, MATH 268 and MATH 283, Witelski NFS CAREER award, and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
Fall 2002:  This issue features the Online Workshop on Interactive Web-Based Mathematics and new graduate courses MATH 215, MATH 236/PHYSICS 292, MATH 268, MATH 277, MATH 283, and MATH 295, and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
Spring 2002:  This issue features the Differential Equations Conference, new graduate course MATH 236/PHYSICS 292, and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
Fall 2001:  This issue features Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
April 2001:  This issue features Nowak and Penrose Gergen lectures, new course MATH 239 and The Journal of Online Mathematics.
September 2000:  This issue features Online Learning Materials, the ADVANCE program, new course MATH 65S and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
Spring 2000:  This issue features “Nobel Laureate Speaks on Atomic Bomb,” Mathematical Immunology Conference, and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
Winter 2000;  This issue features new classes MATH 065S, MATH 061 & 062, MATH 207, MATH 25,)and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
October 1999:  This issue features Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
April 1999:  This issue features the Geometry and Theoretical Physics interdisciplinary program and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
February 1999:  This issue features new research-intensive courses, financial math, and physics and mathematics of light, and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
October 1998:  This issue features department Knowledge and Distributed Intelligence (KDI) from NSF and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
April 1998:  This issue features George Pólya Prize recipient Associate Professor Xin Zhou, and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
January 1998:  This issue features “Notes from the DUS” and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
October 1997;  This issue features “Math Meets Medicine at the CMCLM,” “Notes from the DUS,” and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
April 1997:  This issue features Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
January 1997:  This issue features “Notes from the DUS” and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
October 1996:  This issue features “Notes from the DUS” and Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
May 1996:  This issue features Problem Corner (Solutions from Last Issue/New Problems).
March 1996:  This issue features new courses MATH 197S, MATH 211, and MATH 239, “Notes from the DUS,” and Problem Corner (Solutions from December/New Problems).
December 1995:  This issue features new course MATH 238, “Notes from the Department Chair,” and Problem Corner (Solutions from October/New Problems).
October 1995:  This issue features “Duke Press Honors John Nash,” new course MATH 133, project highlights “The Dirichlet-Neumann Problem” and “On the n-extent of Lens Spaces,” “Notes from DUS” and math problems to solve (under Joint Math Meeting).
April 1995
February 1995:  The issue features “Laboratory Calculus.”
October 1994
August 1994