History of Mathematics Contest

Winners

The winning entries are available for download as PDF files. Click on the title of the entry to download it.


2016

Tiana Grill "M.C. Escher: Artist and Mathematician" (1st Place, tied)
Abigail Duran Hernandez "Alan Turing: The Man Behind The Codes" (1st Place, tied)
Liz Sweetwood "How Mathematics and Art Are Interconnected" (3rd Place)
Natalie Yepez "The Invention of a Calculator" (Honorable Mention)

2015

Matthew Lanphier "The Proof too Large for the Margin" (1st Place)
Inderpreet Singh "Newton" (Honorable Mention)

2014

Caleb N. Zurakowski "The Evolution of Units" (1st Place)
Victoriarachel L. Caballero "Fibonacci. His Life and Works" (2nd Place)
Cindy L. Dela Cruz "Eratosthenes" (3rd Place: joint)
Julie N. Gibbs "Probability: Its History and Modern Applications" (3rd Place: joint)
Daniel M. Rosas "Pi: From Past to Present" (Honorable Mention)
Alison Cramer "Euclid Elements" (Honorable Mention)

2013

Robert Bond "Lagrange Points and You" (1st Place)
Dennis Weber "Arab Contribution to Mathematics" (Honorable Mention)

2012

Andrew Dolbee "History of Pi" (1st Place)
Miriam Compton "Zero: Is Nothing Necessary" (Honorable Mention)
Thomas Milne-Jones "The Difference Engine" (Honorable Mention)

2010

Tyra J. Graham "Grigori Yakovlevich Perelman" (Honorable Mention)

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