Research and write a paper (refer to the grading
checklist as a guide)
Part 1: An overview (in your own words) of her life and work
Part 2: A detailed description (in your own words) on some aspect of her mathematics. Give simple examples, then the general statement(s), and outline proofs when possible.
Be sure to include footnotes, and lists of references and web references.
Choice of mathematician due Wed, Sep 22
Description of the aspect of her mathematics you will concentrate on and a list of preliminary references due Wed Sep 29
Draft 1 due Fri October 8 at 5pm
Final Draft due Fri October 15
Presentations of papers starting October 15