L. Waldo Rich Memorial Fund

Established in 1978 by the family of L. Waldo Rich, EDU '67, '72, former College of Education faculty member, to provide for an award to the most outstanding member of the graduating class majoring in secondary education and/or mathematics.

his work:

Black Mathematicians and Their Works

edited by Virginia Newell, Joella Gipson, L. Waldo Rich, Beauregard Stubblefield, published by Dorrance, 1980.

The departmental copy is on the shelves in the departmental office, or you can get it by interlibrary loan.

It contains research papers of African-american mathematicians as well as brief biographies in the back. After the biographies is a very interesting appendix of letters regarding the rights of mathematicians to attend conferences in their field.

Communicating mathematics to the disadvantaged (Temple University. College of Education. Triple "T" Project monograph series) (Temple University. College of Education. Triple "T" Project monograph series)

By

L. Waldo Rich

that's not a bad start to a career.