## Women and Minorities in Mathematics Paper 2 -
Mathematicians Born 1900 - 1925

Work with at most 1 other person.
Choose any woman or minority
mathematician born between 1900 and 1925 (see pictures
for some suggestions). Extra credit granted for
choosing a Native American or Hispanic mathematician.
Only 1 group per mathematician allowed - indicate your choice
by posting a WebCT bulletin board message with the subject:
mathematician name, and your name(s) as the content. First post
on a given mathematician will get that mathematician.
Write a paper using the writing checklist as a guide,
and prepare a presentation using the
presentation checklist as
a guide, and a worksheet using the
worksheet checklist as a guide.

Choice of mathematician due Fri February 9th by 5pm

List of preliminary references due Fri February 16th by 5pm

Brief description of planned math due along with copy of relevant materials
due Tues February 27th

Draft 1 due Tues March 6th at 5pm

Presentations of papers starting March 20 is 25% of paper 2 grade

Final draft
(and computer file)
due the day of the last presentation is 60% of paper 2 grade

Graded Classroom Worksheets and Computer File of
Final Classroom Worksheet (and computer file)
due 1 week after the last presentation.
Worksheet is 15% of paper 2 grade.

**I am happy to help you with any of these!**

**This is not an exhaustive list of mathematicians with
accessible research papers.**
Some other places to look:

MAD American Indian and Hispanic Math Links

Agnes Scott College Women Mathematicians Chronological Index

MAD History of Blacks in Mathematics

Grinstein's Women of Mathematics book