...Robin Pemantle of the University of Pennyslvania gave an AMS-MAA Invited Address at the Joint Meetings with the title "Zeros of polynomials and their importance in combinatorics and probability."
...Robert Ghrist of the University of Pennsylvania won the MAA's Chauvenet Prize for his paper "Barcodes: The persistent topology of data" that appeared in the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society in 2008.
...John Allen Paulos of Temple University received the Communications Award from the Joint Policy Board for Mathematics.
...Yuhou (Susan) Xia of Bryn Mawr College, was a runner-up for the 2013 Alice T. Schafer Prize for Excellence in Mathematics by an Undergraduate Woman.
...David Richeson of Dickinson College has been named the new editor of Math Horizons.
...Kay Somers of Moravian College was elected chair of the MAA’s Council on Programs and Students.
...Michael Posner of Villanova University received one of the MAA's Henry Alder Awards for Distinguished Teaching by a Beginning College or University Mathematics Faculty Member.
...Dennis DeTurck, Herman Gluck, Daniel Pomerleano, and David Shea Vick of the University of Pennsylvania received the 2012 Chauvenet Prize for their joint paper “The Four Vertex Theorem and its Converse.”
...Bela Bajnok of Gettysburg College, winner of the 2012 James P. Crawford EPaDel teaching award.
...Kathryn Link of Bryn Mawr College, our 2012 student paper contest winner. We have a copy of Kathryn's winning paper