October 6, 2006
Volume 11 No. 40

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Headlines and Deadlines for Students - AMS




Headlines and Deadlines for Students - AMS


The American Mathematical Society's Public Awareness Office has announced a new e-mail notification service. Headlines & Deadlines for Students alerts subscribers about applications for fellowships, grants, meeting registrations, and other time-sensitive opportunities. Imminent deadlines will also be included and link to a web page that's a centralized source for information relevant to students and faculty advisors.

Anyone may sign up for the email service at:




GeoGebra is free dynamic mathematics software for schools that joins geometry, algebra, and calculus. Areas of the site include:

  • About
  • WebStart
  • Download
  • Help
  • Examples
  • Screenshots
  • Future
  • Credits
  • Contact

The GeoGebraWiki is a free pool of educational materials for GeoGebra where anyone can contribute and upload materials. The GeoGebra User Forum can be used to ask questions or provide suggestions.



Bradford Hansen-Smith presents the art and geometry of folding circles. As he explains,

"Everything we know about geometry, mathematics, and all spatial arrangement and organization of matter is demonstrated by cutting into the wholeness of the sphere. When we cut the sphere we have pieces, parts, and fragments. It is no longer Whole. When keeping the Wholeness of the sphere and compressing it to a flat plane, nothing is lost; all the spatial information is compressed into a flat circle disc."

Sections of the site include:

  • History
  • How to
  • Books
  • About
  • Gallery
  • Contact
  • Links
  • Workshop

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