Five math department achievements were recognized on the U of I LAS “Gallery of Excellence” in celebration of the College’s 100th’ anniversary. The math department honorees include the Four Color Theorem and four outstanding scholars, David Blackwell, Joseph Doob, Freeman Hrabowski, and Michio Suzuki. See LAS Gallery of Excellence for more information.
Books on Display
- Basic statistics. (Math 519 B568B)
- Beating the odds : raising academically successful African American males / Freeman A. Hrabowski III, Kenneth I. Maton, Geoffrey L. Greif. (Social Sciences, Health, and Education 649.15796073 H857B)
- Classical potential theory and its probabilistic counterpart / J.L. Doob. (Math 515.7 D72C)
- Four color theorem : history, topological foundations, and idea of proof / Rudolf Fritsch, Gerda Fritsch ; translated by Julie Peschke. (Math 514 F918v:E)
- Four colours suffice : how the map problem was solved / Robin Wilson. (Math 793.74 W691f)
- Four-color problem : assaults and conquest / Thomas L. Saaty and Paul C. Kainen. (Math 511.5 SA12F1986)
- Group theory / Michio Suzuki. v.1 (Math 512.22 SU99G:E) .
- Group theory / Michio Suzuki. v.2 (Math 512.22 SU99G:E) .
- Holding fast to dreams : empowering youth from the civil rights crusade to STEM achievement / Freeman A. Hrabowski, III. (Undergrad LC2717 .H73 2015)
- Measure theory / J.L. Doob. (Math 515.42 D72m) .
- Overcoming the odds : raising academically successful African American young women / Freeman A. Hrabowski III … [et al.]. (Social Sciences, Health, and Education 649.15796073 Ov23)
- Structure of a group and the structure of its lattice of subgroups. v.10(1956) (Math 510 ER382n.s. v.10)
- Theory of games and statistical decisions [by] David Blackwell [and] M. A. Girshick. (Math 519.3 B568T)