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Lisa Lavelle

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Registered: 12/3/04
The Math Forum at Drexel
Posted: Sep 4, 2001 4:58 PM
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I'm so excited to share the following announcement with all of you -

Dear Math Forum pow-teach list subscribers:

The Math Forum, the nation's leading Web site for math and math
education, has been acquired by Drexel University and is now known as
The Math Forum@Drexel. The new address of the site is:

Pointers from the previous addresses will seamlessly redirect you to
the new location.

Under the direction of Dr. Harvill Eaton, Drexel University's senior
vice president for research and graduate studies, the University will
maintain the Math Forum@Drexel site as the nation's premier
mathematics resource. The site will continue to offer Math
Forum@Drexel users all previous services, and will introduce new
features and communities to ensure the site remains on the cutting

Drexel brings many strengths to the Math Forum: expertise in
mathematics, information science and technology, and education, as
well as a multidisciplinary team of faculty members and graduate
students to serve as volunteers and content providers.

Drexel is Philadelphia's technological university and in 1983 was the
first in the nation to require all students to have a personal
computer. In 2000, Drexel became the first major university to operate
a fully wireless CyberCampus.

To keep you updated on developments, I invite you to visit:

To keep you updated on the progress of the Problems of the Week, I
invite you to visit:

Thank you for your support of the Math Forum. Drexel looks forward to
continuing to provide you with the latest mathematics information and
technology. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me

Constantine Papadakis
Drexel University

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