National Math Organization Honors Duquesne Professor
A national mathematics organization has recognized a Duquesne University professor for his outstanding service.
Dr. George Bradley, associate professor in Duquesne's Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, received the Meritorious Service Award from the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). The award, which is given only every five years, is determined by the members of the honoree's geographic section. Bradley has been a longtime participant in the Allegheny Mountain Section of the association, which includes all of West Virginia and the western half of Pennsylvania.
The Wilkins Township resident received the honor at the MAA's Aug. 5-8 MathFest in Washington, D.C.
The Allegheny Mountain Section previously had recognized Bradley's with its annual service award in 2004.
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