sity, he joined the Princeton Mathematics Department in 1963, and served as chairman from 1971–73. He served as an editor of the Annals of Mathematics from 1969–81. Among the many visiting positions he has held are appointments at the universities of Oxford, Paris, Chicago, Northwestern, Aarhus, as well as the Institute for Advanced Study and the Max Planck Institute in Bonn. He was chairman of the Office of Math Sciences of the National Research Council from 1978–84. In this position, he organized the David Committee Study on the health of the mathematical sciences, as well as serving as chairman of the briefing panel for mathematics for the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Dr. Browder has been elected to many offices in the American Mathematical Society including a member of the Council and vice president, and served as president from 1989–91. Dr. Browder received his undergraduate degree from MIT, and a Ph.D. from Princeton.
Gail Burrill is a senior program officer and director of the Mathematical Sciences Education Board at the National Research Council. She was a secondary teacher and department chair in suburban Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for over 25 years and spent time as an associate researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a past president of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. As an instructor for Teachers Teaching with Technology, she conducts workshops around the country on using technology in the classroom. Her honors include the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching Mathematics and the Wisconsin Distinguished Educator Award. She was elected a fellow of the American Statistical Association and was awarded an honorary doctorate degree from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. She was on the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, is currently a member of the Advisory Board of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, and a director of the senior high school component of the Park City Mathematics Institute. The