Definition of Mathematics department
1. Noun. The academic department responsible for teaching and research in mathematics.
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Literary usage of Mathematics department
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1. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science (1922)
"... head of one mathematics department to the head of another mathematics department for rating. Such data as the foregoing are accumulating very rapidly. ..."
2. Statistics, Probability, and Game Theory: Papers in Honor of David Blackwell by David Blackwell, Thomas Shelburne Ferguson, Lloyd S. Shapley, James B. MacQueen (1996)
"In contrast, Evans was trying to create a broad-based mathematics department that would contain all the mathematical sciences: Not only pure and applied ..."
3. The American Mathematical Monthly by Mathematical Association of America (1922)
"December 2: "Early days in the mathematics department" by Miss Ellen Hayes, formerly head of the mathematics department. January 27, 1922: "The cycloid" by ..."
4. Topics in the Geometric Theory of Linear Systems by Robert Hermann (1984)
"MATHEMATICAL ENGINEERING: PROBLEMS AND OPPORTUNITIES I attended the National Conference of mathematics department Chairmen in Washington, April 8-9, 1983, ..."
5. High School Organization: A Constructive Study Applied to New York City by Frank Washington Ballou (1916)
"The chairman of the English department in the Girls' High School teaches fourteen periods, and the chairman of the mathematics department in Erasmus Hall ..."
6. A Physicist's Labour in War and Peace: Memoirs 1933-1999 by E. Walter Kellermann (2004)
"At the time the Edinburgh mathematics department had an arrangement with one of the Cambridge colleges such that students achieving a 'First Class' degree ..."