An ICTM Charter Member Enters Her 100th Year

John Morrill

Abstract


In 1964, the ICTM chose Gertrude Hendrix, Research Associate Professor at the University of Illinois, for its Distinguished Life Achievement in Mathematics Award. The criteria for this award require “distinguished and honorable service to mathematics education in Illinois.” Her contributions include editing the ICTM News Letter for five years, serving as ICTM representative to the Illinois Curriculum Program, serving on the Executive Board and as Section Chair, and being a member of the joint ICTM-MAA Committee on the Strengthening of Mathematics for six years, including four as chair.

Keywords


Mathematics Education; Lifetime Achievement; Centennial

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