• Creator
  • Bell, E.T.
  • Created Date
  • 1948
  • Description
  • E.T. Bell was a professor of mathematics at the University of Washington (1912-1926) and at the California Institute of Technology (1926-1952). He was also President of the Mathematical Association of America from 1931-1932. He is most famous for his research in number theory and the Bell series. He is also a noted author in poetry, nonfiction, and science fiction. He passed in 1960. Garland Ethel was born in Okanogan County, Washington in 189... more
    E.T. Bell was a professor of mathematics at the University of Washington (1912-1926) and at the California Institute of Technology (1926-1952). He was also President of the Mathematical Association of America from 1931-1932. He is most famous for his research in number theory and the Bell series. He is also a noted author in poetry, nonfiction, and science fiction. He passed in 1960. Garland Ethel was born in Okanogan County, Washington in 1899. He was educated at the University of Washington where he later taught in the English department from 1924-1969. His principle research interest was Samuel Taylor Coleridge. He was one of the professors persecuted for his communist affiliations during Washington State’s Joint Legislative Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities. He was brought before the Faculty Tenure Committee at the end of 1948 with charges of neglect of duty, immorality, dishonesty and intellectual incompetence and the demand for his dismissal; he was put on... less
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