Number | Date | Title | Lecturer |
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46 | 13 April 2018 | Numerical Ranges over Finite Fields: A Discrete Analogue of a Complex Problem | Patrick Rault (University of Arizona) |

45 | 7 April 2017 | Modeling in Prime Time | Susan H. Marshall (Monmouth University) |

44 | 1 April 2016 | Knotty Games | Allison Henrich (Seattle University) |

43 | 10 April 2015 | Competitive Exclusion and Coexistence in Population Models | Azmy S. Ackleh (University of Louisiana at Lafayette) |

42 | 11 April 2014 | Newton’s Method: Complex Numerics and Complex Dynamics | Paul Blanchard (Boston University) |

41 | 5 April 2013 | Modern Mathematical Modeling: Learning Mathematics by Doing Mathematics | Chris Arney (United States Military Academy) |

40 | 31 March 2012 | It’s All for the Best: Optimization in the History of Science | Judith V. Grabiner (Pitzer College) |

39 | 2 April 2011 | Introduction to Knot Theory | Louis H. Kauffman (University of Illinois at Chicago) |

38 | 26 March 2010 | Primes and Zeroes: A Million-Dollar Mystery | Brian Conrey (American Institute of Mathematics) |

37 | 27 March 2009 | The Section meeting was cancelled before the Court Lecture was presented because of inclement weather. | |

36 | 28 March 2008 | Exploring Kleinian Groups | David Wright (Oklahoma State University) |

35 | 31 March 2007 | What do We Wish from Mathematics Students When They Come to Us? | David Henderson (Cornell University) |

34 | 31 March 2006 | On the Geometry of Space from Euclid to Einstein | David Rowe (University of Mainz) |

33 | 8 April 2005 | A Long-standing Prodigal Child of the Spectral Theorem: Invariant Subspaces and Some of the Mathematicians Looking for Them | Joe Diestel (Kent State University) |

32 | 26 March 2004 | The Group As a Geometric Object | Jim Cannon (Brigham Young University) |

31 | 28 March 2003 | Are Those the Same Space? | William Jaco (Oklahoma State University) |

30 | 5 April 2002 | Fixed Point Theorems, Old and New | Steven Krantz (Washington University) |

29 | 30 March 2001 | Tangents to Four Unit Spheres | David A. Cox (Amherst College) |

28 | 31 March 2000 | Finite Simple Groups | Michael Aschbacher (California Institute of Technology at Pasadena) |

27 | 26 March 1999 | The Classification of Knots | Cameron Gordon (University of Texas at Austin) |

26 | 27 March 1998 | Unavoidable Convex N-gons in the Plane | Ronald Graham (George Polya Lecturer, AT&T Labs) |

25 | 4 April 1997 | Circle Covering With a Margin | Wlodzimierz Kuperberg (Auburn University) |

24 | 22 March 1996 | The Topology of DNA | Dewitt Sumners (Florida State University) |

23 | 31 March 1995 | Tiling, Lattice Points and Pick’s Theorem | David Kay |

22 | 25 March 1994 | Visualizing Different Dimensions: From "Flatland" to Interactive Hypergraphics | Thomas Banchoff (Brown University) |

21 | 26 March 1993 | Can We See the Mandelbrot Set? | John Ewing (George Polya Lecturer) |

20 | 3 April 1992 | The Geometry Center: Vision and Reality | Albert Marden (University of Minnesota) |

19 | 5 April 1991 | The Geometry of Numbers | Ernst Snapper (Dartmouth College) |

18 | 30 March 1990 | Differential Equations | John W. Neuberger (University of North Texas) |

17 | 31 March 1989 | When is a Polynomial Map Invertible? | Hyman Bass (Columbia University, City of New York) |

16 | 15 April 1988 | Going in Circles | Lysle Mason (Phillips University) |

15 | 27 March 1987 | Babylonian Mathematics and Mathematical Astronomy and Their Legacy | Asger Aaboe (Yale University) |

14 | 4 April 1986 | Generalizations of the M Plus N Equals One Theorem | John Keesee (University of Arkansas at Fayetteville) |

13 | 29 March 1985 | What is Geometry: Euclid, Riemann, Weil, or Bing? | Saunders MacLane (University of Chicago) |

12 | 30 March 1984 | Transitions | Jeanne LeCaine Agnew (Oklahoma State University) |

11 | 18 March 1983 | Some Mathematical Surprises | Professor Victor Klee (University of Washington) |

10 | 26 March 1982 | Does Mathematics Have Elements? | Paul R. Halmos (Indiana University) |

9 | 27 March 1981 | The Art of Teaching | Harold V. Huneke (University of Oklahoma) |

8 | 28 March 1980 | Set Theory - An Offspring of Harmonic Analysis | Professor Walter Rudin (University of Wisconsin at Madison) |

7 | 30 March 1979 | On the Relationship Between Applications of Mathematics and the Teaching of Mathematics | Henry O. Pollak (Bell Laboratories) |

6 | 31 March 1978 | Mathematics as a Hobby | R. B. Deal, Jr. (University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center) |

5 | 1 April 1977 | Geometry that Counts | Arthur Bernhart (University of Oklahoma) |

4 | 26 March 1976 | A Role for Speculation | R. Creighton Buck (University of Wisconsin at Madison) |

3 | 4 April 1975 | Memories of Professor Court and the Early Days of the Oklahoma Section | John C. Brixey (University of Oklahoma) |

2 | 5 April 1974 | A Geometric Derivation of the Basic Theorem for a Rigid Motion | Lloyd Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma State University) |

1 | 6 April 1973 | Triangulated Polygons and Frieze Patterns | H. M. S. Coxeter (University of Toronto) |