Chauvenet Prize

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Chauvenet Prize
Awarded for Outstanding expository article on a mathematical topic.
Country United States
Presented by Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
Reward(s) US $1,000[1]
First awarded 1925
Last awarded 2017
Website www.maa.org/programs/maa-awards/writing-awards/chauvenet-prizes

The Chauvenet Prize is the highest award for mathematical expository writing. It consists of a prize of $1,000 and a certificate, and is awarded yearly by the Mathematical Association of America in recognition of an outstanding expository article on a mathematical topic. The prize is named in honor of William Chauvenet and was established through a gift from J. L. Coolidge in 1925.[2] The Chauvenet Prize was the first award established by the Mathematical Association of America.[2]

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Source:Mathematical Association of America

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Chauvenet Prizes
  2. ^ a b Zorn, Paul (2015-08-23). A Century of Advancing Mathematics. The Mathematical Association of America. ISBN 9780883855881. 
  3. ^ Prize Booklet 2017, page 6