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Morton J. Hellman

mathematician , educator.

Morton J. Hellman, American mathematician, educator. Recipient Outstanding Teacher award Newark Rutgers University, 1966; National Science Foundation grantee, 1979-1980.

Background

Hellman, Morton J. was born on January 28, 1918 in New York City. Son of Jacob and Bess (Frank) Hellman.

Education

Bachelor of Science, College City New York, 1938, Master of Science, 1942. Doctor of Philosophy., New York University, 1954. Married Martha Dorothea Kaufman, December 31, 1942.

Career

Member faculty Newark College Arts and Sciences, Rutgers State University, 1946-1966, associate professor, 1958-1965, professor, 1965-1966. Professor mathematics Long Island U., Brooklyn, 1966-1980, department chairman, 1966-1979, director National Science Foundation cooperative college-school science program grant, 1972-1973, director National Science Foundation pre-college teacher development in science project grant, 1978-1979.

Works

  • Author: College Algebra, 1956, review edit., 1963. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member faculty Newark College Arts and Sciences, Rutgers State University, 1946-1966, associate professor, 1958-1965, professor, 1965-1966. Member American Association of University Professors, American Mathematics Society, Mathematics Association American (vice chairman metropolitan New York section 1969-1971, chairman 1971-1973), National Council Teachers Mathematics Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Children: Paul Victor, Charles David, George Edward.

father:
Jacob Hellman

mother:
Bess (Frank) Hellman

children:
Paul Victor Hellman

Charles David Hellman

George Edward Hellman