Albert Leon Whiteman Memorial Prize

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Albert Leon Whiteman Memorial Prize
Awarded for Notable exposition on the history of mathematics.
Country United States
Presented by American Mathematical Society (AMS)
Reward(s) US $5,000
First awarded 1998
Last awarded 2015

The Albert Leon Whiteman Memorial Prize is awarded by the American Mathematical Society for notable exposition and exceptional scholarship in the history of mathematics.

The prize was established in 1998 with funds provided by Sally Whiteman in memory of her late husband Albert Leon Whiteman. Originally it was awarded every 4 years with the first prized handed out in 2001. Since 2009 the prize is awarded every 3 years and carries a prize money of $5000.

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