UE professor Mohammad Azarian receives Mathematical Association of America-Indiana Award
Posted: Wednesday, March 29, 2017
University of Evansville professor of mathematics Mohammad K. Azarian has received the 2017 Mathematical Association of America-Indiana section Distinguished Service Award.
This award honors a member of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) by "acknowledging his or her extraordinary contributions and outstanding efforts consistent with the stated purposes of the MAA."
Azarian was honored at the annual spring sectional meeting at Earlham College on March 24.
Azarian served on the Executive Board of the Indiana Section of the MAA from 2001-2007, during which he was responsible for the Indiana College Mathematics Competition each year, and coordinated all other student activities. He also serves as a referee for the Problems Section of The College Mathematics Journal, published by the MAA.
Since 1985, Azarian has presented 33 papers at MAA meetings and the joint annual meetings of MAA and the American Mathematical Society. Additionally, he has published 13 problems in The College Mathematics Journal, as well as three problems in Math Horizons, another popular mathematics journal of the MAA.
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