OK-AR MAA NA Court Lectures

4613 April 2018Numerical Ranges over Finite Fields: A Discrete Analogue of a Complex ProblemPatrick Rault (University of Arizona)
457 April 2017Modeling in Prime TimeSusan H. Marshall (Monmouth University)
441 April 2016Knotty GamesAllison Henrich (Seattle University)
4310 April 2015Competitive Exclusion and Coexistence in Population ModelsAzmy S. Ackleh (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)
4211 April 2014Newton’s Method: Complex Numerics and Complex DynamicsPaul Blanchard (Boston University)
415 April 2013Modern Mathematical Modeling: Learning Mathematics by Doing MathematicsChris Arney (United States Military Academy)
4031 March 2012It’s All for the Best: Optimization in the History of ScienceJudith V. Grabiner (Pitzer College)
392 April 2011Introduction to Knot TheoryLouis H. Kauffman (University of Illinois at Chicago)
3826 March 2010Primes and Zeroes: A Million-Dollar MysteryBrian Conrey (American Institute of Mathematics)
3727 March 2009The Section meeting was cancelled before the Court Lecture was presented because of inclement weather.
3628 March 2008Exploring Kleinian GroupsDavid Wright (Oklahoma State University)
3531 March 2007What do We Wish from Mathematics Students When They Come to Us?David Henderson (Cornell University)
3431 March 2006On the Geometry of Space from Euclid to EinsteinDavid Rowe (University of Mainz)
338 April 2005A Long-standing Prodigal Child of the Spectral Theorem: Invariant Subspaces and Some of the Mathematicians Looking for ThemJoe Diestel (Kent State University)
3226 March 2004The Group As a Geometric ObjectJim Cannon (Brigham Young University)
3128 March 2003Are Those the Same Space?William Jaco (Oklahoma State University)
305 April 2002Fixed Point Theorems, Old and NewSteven Krantz (Washington University)
2930 March 2001Tangents to Four Unit SpheresDavid A. Cox (Amherst College)
2831 March 2000Finite Simple GroupsMichael Aschbacher (California Institute of Technology at Pasadena)
2726 March 1999The Classification of KnotsCameron Gordon (University of Texas at Austin)
2627 March 1998Unavoidable Convex N-gons in the PlaneRonald Graham (George Polya Lecturer, AT&T Labs)
254 April 1997Circle Covering With a MarginWlodzimierz Kuperberg (Auburn University)
2422 March 1996The Topology of DNADewitt Sumners (Florida State University)
2331 March 1995Tiling, Lattice Points and Pick’s TheoremDavid Kay
2225 March 1994Visualizing Different Dimensions: From "Flatland" to Interactive HypergraphicsThomas Banchoff (Brown University)
2126 March 1993Can We See the Mandelbrot Set?John Ewing (George Polya Lecturer)
203 April 1992The Geometry Center: Vision and RealityAlbert Marden (University of Minnesota)
195 April 1991The Geometry of NumbersErnst Snapper (Dartmouth College)
1830 March 1990Differential EquationsJohn W. Neuberger (University of North Texas)
1731 March 1989When is a Polynomial Map Invertible?Hyman Bass (Columbia University, City of New York)
1615 April 1988Going in CirclesLysle Mason (Phillips University)
1527 March 1987Babylonian Mathematics and Mathematical Astronomy and Their LegacyAsger Aaboe (Yale University)
144 April 1986Generalizations of the M Plus N Equals One TheoremJohn Keesee (University of Arkansas at Fayetteville)
1329 March 1985What is Geometry: Euclid, Riemann, Weil, or Bing?Saunders MacLane (University of Chicago)
1230 March 1984Transitions Jeanne LeCaine Agnew (Oklahoma State University)
1118 March 1983Some Mathematical SurprisesProfessor Victor Klee (University of Washington)
1026 March 1982Does Mathematics Have Elements?Paul R. Halmos (Indiana University)
927 March 1981The Art of TeachingHarold V. Huneke (University of Oklahoma)
828 March 1980Set Theory - An Offspring of Harmonic AnalysisProfessor Walter Rudin (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
730 March 1979On the Relationship Between Applications of Mathematics and the Teaching of MathematicsHenry O. Pollak (Bell Laboratories)
631 March 1978Mathematics as a HobbyR. B. Deal, Jr. (University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center)
51 April 1977Geometry that CountsArthur Bernhart (University of Oklahoma)
426 March 1976A Role for SpeculationR. Creighton Buck (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
34 April 1975Memories of Professor Court and the Early Days of the Oklahoma SectionJohn C. Brixey (University of Oklahoma)
25 April 1974A Geometric Derivation of the Basic Theorem for a Rigid MotionLloyd Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma State University)
16 April 1973Triangulated Polygons and Frieze PatternsH. M. S. Coxeter (University of Toronto)

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