Thomas A. Scott Professorship of Mathematics

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The Thomas A. Scott Professorship of Mathematics is an academic grant made to the University of Pennsylvania. It was established in 1881 by the railroad executive and financier: Thomas Alexander Scott.[1]

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  1. ^ Nitzsche, George Erasmus (1918), University of Pennsylvania: Its History, Traditions, Buildings and Memorials; Also a Brief Guide to Philadelphia (7th ed.), Philadelphia: International Printing Company, p. 238, OCLC 65488397 
  2. ^ a b "Faculty History: 1750–1899". University of Pennsylvania Department of Mathematics. Retrieved April 18, 2008. 
  3. ^ Pennsylvania, University of (1899), Catalogue of the University of Pennsylvania 1899–1900, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, p. 27, OCLC 183432992 
  4. ^ Catalogue of the University of Pennsylvania 1915–1916, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1915, p. 32, OCLC 183432992 
  5. ^ Catalogue of the University of Pennsylvania 1921–1922, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1921, p. 26, OCLC 183432992 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g "Thomas A. Scott Professorship in Mathematics". University of Pennsylvania Department of Mathematics. Retrieved April 18, 2008.