Tony Phillips’ Column Archive Here are Tony Phillips’ older Feature Columns. Tony’s newest columns may be found here. November 2020 – Completing the Square (History of Mathematics) May 2019 – Topology and Elementary Electric Circuit Theory, II: Duality (Geometry and Topology, Math and the Sciences) October 2018 – Topology andRead More →

Steven H. Weintraub’s Column Archive Here are Steven H. Weintraub’s Feature Columns. January 1999 – A Prime Case of Chaos (Miscellaneous) December 1998 – Calculating Pi using Elementary Calculus (Calculus and Analysis) November 1998 – Factorization–Unique and Otherwise (Algebra) October 1998 – André Weil, May 6, 1906-August 6, 1998 (HistoryRead More →

Ursula Whitcher’s Column Archive Here are Ursula Whitcher’s older Feature Columns. Ursula’s newest columns may be found here. February 2021 – Risk Analysis and Romance (Game Theory and Social Choice, Math and the Sciences, Probability and Statistics) July 2020 – Quantifying Injustice (Game Theory and Social Choice, Probability and Statistics)Read More →

Joe Malkevitch’s Column Archive Here are Joe Malkevitch’s older Feature Columns. Joe’s newest columns may be found here. December 2020 – Pseudonyms in Mathematics (History of Mathematics) August 2020 – Remembering Richard Kenneth Guy: Games and Taking on Mountains (Game Theory and Social Choice, Discrete Math and Combinatorics) April 2020Read More →

Bill Casselman’s Column Archive Here are Bill Casselman’s older Feature Columns. Bill’s newest columns may be found here. January 2021 – Am I really uninfected? COVID-19 and rapid testing (Math and the Sciences, Math and Nature, Probability and Statistics) September 2020 – Does He Have It?: Sensitivity, Specificity, and COVID-19Read More →

David Austin’s Column Archive Here are David Austin’s older Feature Columns. David’s newest columns may be found here. March 2021 – Lost (and found) in space (Math and the Sciences, Math and Technology, Linear Algebra) October 2020 – Pooling strategies for COVID-19 testing (Math and the Sciences, Math and Nature,Read More →