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In support of the President's efforts to improve mathematics and science education, the Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology Education Initiative will help to ensure U.S. world leadership in basic science, mathematics, engineering, and technology, build a highly trained work force, and increase public understanding of science.
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_true_, while those of the former are _doubtful_  has thus far prevailed in Mathematics alone, and _Mathematics_ is, up to our day, _the only recognized Exact Science_, the only Science in which _Demonstration_, in the strict sense of that term, is now possible,  the fruits of the
The Continental Monthly, Vol. 4, No. 6, December 1863 Devoted to Literature and National Policy

Cato: I have a BA (with Honors) in Mathematics from the University of WisconsinMadison and a MS in Computer Science from Stanford.
Sound Politics: Investment, yes, but in education, or in education union?

The closest analogue to a Nobel Prize in Mathematics is the Fields Medal, which is awarded every four years and includes a cash prize of $15,000 Canadian.

A Toronto native, Professor Robert Birgeneau received his BSc in Mathematics from the University of Toronto in 1963 and his PhD in physics from Yale in 1966.

Of course what I call Mathematics is only what the Civil Service Commissioners expected you to know to pass a very rudimentary examination.

He holds an Honors degree (B. Sc.) in Mathematics from the University of Sussex and has published two medical scientific papers as sole author, the latter qualifying him in the older, more stringent system of academic accreditation) for two Doctorates.

Mathematics is the prime linguistic medium in which we articulate these systems of abstract potentialities divorced from the messy concrete actualities.

Mathematics is science, knowledge, but it is not the model of knowledge.

CJColucci: Does the magistrate have a PhD in Mathematics or Statistics?
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