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Christoph Börgers
Author Talk and the 10th Maxine Newberg Gordon, J70, Book Prize
2/17/2011

 
 

 

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Christoph Börgers, professor of mathematics, and Regina Raboin, Tisch librarian and Börgers exhibit creator, discuss the correlation between mathematics and voting.

Christoph Börgers, professor of mathematics, and Regina Raboin, Tisch librarian and Börgers exhibit creator, discuss the correlation between mathematics and voting.

Börgers’ son reads his father’s inscription to Jo-Ann Michalak, Tisch Library Director, and Richard Gordon, in her copy of Börgers’ book, Mathematics of Social Choice:Voting, Compensation, and Division. Gordon established the Maxine Newberg Gordon, J70, Book Prize in memory of his wife.

Börgers’ son reads his father’s inscription to Jo-Ann Michalak, Tisch Library Director, and Richard Gordon, in her copy of Börgers’ book, Mathematics of Social Choice:Voting, Compensation, and Division. Gordon established the Maxine Newberg Gordon, J70, Book Prize in memory of his wife.

Börgers explains examples of the mathematics of social choice.

Börgers explains examples of the mathematics of social choice.

Jo-Ann Michalak, Tisch Library Director; Elena Murray, A11, 10th Maxine Newberg Gordon, J70, Book Prize recipient; and Boris Hasselblatt, Math Department Chair, hold Murray’s book prize choice, Come and Join the Dance by Joyce Glassman.

Jo-Ann Michalak, Tisch Library Director; Elena Murray, A11, 10th Maxine Newberg Gordon, J70, Book Prize recipient; and Boris Hasselblatt, Math Department Chair, hold Murray’s book prize choice, Come and Join the Dance by Joyce Glassman.