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Mathematics educator , writer

Mario Octavio González was Cuban mathematics educator, writer. Guggenheim fellow in mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1939, Princeton University, 1940-1941. Member Mathematics Association American (emeritus), American Mathematics Society (emeritus).

Background

González, Mario Octavio was born on September 14, 1913 in Matanzas, Cuba. Came to the United States, 1961. Son of Mario Octavio and Margarita Edelmira (Rodríguez) González.

Education

Bachiller en Ciencas y Letras, Instituto de Mantanzas, 1930. Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics, University Havana, 1938.

Career

Professor, School of Surveying, Matanzas, 1933-1940;associate professor mathematics, U Havana, 1940-1944;professor mathematics, U Havana, 1944-1960;professor mathematics, U. Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1961-1978;professor emeritus, U. Alabama, Tuscaloosa, since 1979.

Works

Membership

Member Mathematics Association American (emeritus), American Mathematics Society (emeritus).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: travel, chess.

Connections

Married María Dolores Gutiérrez, October 17, 1937. Children: Victoria, Alfredo, Laura.

father:
Mario Octavio González

mother:
Margarita Edelmira (Rodríguez) González

spouse:
María Dolores Gutiérrez

children:
Victoria González

Alfredo González

Laura González