The Mathematical Association of America's
Merten M. Hasse Prize

This prize of $1,000 and a certificate is awarded at the Summer Meetings of the Association in odd-numbered years to a younger mathematician for expository writing appearing in an MAA publication. "Younger mathematician" refers to someone less than forty (40) years of age at the time of publication.

List of Recipients

Francis Edward Su, Rental harmony: Sperner's lemma in fair division, Amer. Math. Monthly 106 (1999), 930-942.

Aleksandar Jurisic, The Mercedes Knot Problem, Amer. Math. Monthly 103 (1996), 756-770.

Jonathan King, Three Problems in Search of a Measure, Amer. Math. Monthly 101 (1994), 609-628.

Andrew J. Granville, Zaphod Beeblebrox's Brain and the Fifty-ninth Row of Pascal's Triangle, Amer. Math. Monthly 99 (1992), 318-331.

David H. Bailey, Jonathan M. Borwein, and Peter B. Borwein, Ramanujan, Modular Equations, and Approximations to Pi, or, How to Compute One Billion Digits of Pi, Amer. Math. Monthly 96 (1989), 201-219.

Barry Cipra, An Introduction to the Ising Model, Amer. Math. Monthly 94 (1987), 937-959.

Irl C. Bivens, What a Tangent Line Is When It Isn't a Limit, Col. Math. J. 17 (1986), 133-143.

Anthony Barcellos, The Fractal Geometry of Mandelbrot, Col. Math. J. 15 (1984), 98-114.