Of Historical and Human Interest
This section contains material of historical and human interest. We are archiving some of our old web pages here, as well as other odds and ends. Please send comments and questions to email@example.com.
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History of the Department of Mathematics
- A Brief History
- Historical Photo Album
- Ph. D. Dissertations since 1909
- The Rasor-Bareis-Gordon Competitions (see also: current contests)
- Grace Marie Bareis
- Marshall Hall, Jr.
- James R. C. Leitzel
- Henry B. Mann
- Tibor RadÃ³
- Samuel Eugene Rasor
- Arnold E. Ross
- Herbert J. Ryser
- Hans Zassenhaus
For further biographies please visit the page Biographical Information.
Rhodus GiftGift to the Mathematics Department
Alain Connes' 1998 Course at Ohio State
Videotapes of Connes' course on Noncommutative Geometry, Trace Formulas and the Zeros of the Riemann Zeta Function, Oct. 12 - Nov. 13, 1998.
Reception with Ohio State President William E. Kirwan
Pictures from the reception for President Kirwan and new faculty on Oct. 2, 1998
The Solving of Fermat's Last Theorem
Overhead slides from Karl Rubin's Ohio State University Distinguished Lecture on May 22, 1997. (Copied from Karl's home page with his gracious permission.)
In the 1980's Professor James Leitzel published a department newsletter called "Math Matrix". The following issues of this newsletter have been preserved and digitized:
- Spring 84 Math Matrix
- Autumn 84 Math Matrix
- Spring 85 Math Matrix
- Autumn 85 Math Matrix
- Spring 86 Math Matrix
- Autumn 86 Math Matrix
- Autumn 88 Math Matrix
- Spring 89 Math Matrix
- Autumn 89 Math Matrix
- Spring 90 Math Matrix