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Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America
Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching
of Mathematics

Citation to

Harold Hanes

The Indiana Section Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics annually recognizes the accomplishments and contributions of Section members who have been identified as extraordinarily successful teachers in the mathematical sciences and whose teaching effectiveness has been shown to have had influence beyond their own institutions.

The successful teaching style of this year's award recipient is guided by two principles: that his courses seek to effectively challenge and inspire students and that students acquire mathematical ideas and skills through active involvement. One of his former students has written of him, "I learned to love my discipline. His habits of lecture preparation, delivery, and homework feedback have been models for my own 27 years of teaching."

He has contributed to teaching of mathematics at many levels and in many ways including his leadership of student/faculty collaborative research projects covering numerous topics including simulation, the Oracle database and Hypercard authoring. He is recognized throughout his college as an energetic teacher and innovator. Above all, he is remembered by his students as a mentor who encouraged them to venture deeply into mathematics. He has provided living testimory that mathematicians can enrich their college community.

It is my privilege to present this award to Harold Hanes, of Earlham College.

Don Miller, Chair
Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America

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