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International

Awards of WFNMC were made from 1992, and have been won by Australians. For a full history of the international rules and the winners, go to this location.

Australian

Here I provide full feedback of the rules, and of the 94 winners and announced winners until my retirement in 2012, in parallel, on the Trust's Awards, named in honour of BH Neumann, who inspired the creation of the Trust, was the founding Chair of AMOC, and until his death in 2002 remained active in support of the Trust's activities. He normally presented the BH Neumann Awards in person, and his trade mark was the pair of white gloves he would wear to not mark the silver trays, which earlier formed a part of the award.

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BH Neumann Awards

On the resolution of the Board of the Australian Mathematics Trust a limited number of BH Neumann Awards are presented each year for important contributions over many years to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia and its region.

These Awards are to honour the influence of Professor Bernhard H Neumann AC (1909 to 2002), who, after his arrival in Australia in 1962 provided outstanding leadership, support and encouragement for mathematics and the teaching of mathematics at all levels. He was a President of the Australian Mathematical Society and the Foundation President of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers.

Past Winners

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

  • Jan Cavanagh
  • Mike Clapper
  • Karen Diehl
  • Jim Green
  • Jillian Neale
  • Jacqui Ramagge
  • Gregory Taylor
  • Anthony Telford

Honorary Awards

The BH Neumann Award, because of its connection to providing mathematical enrichment, is limited to mathematicians. However two other people have been recognised by the award of a BH Neumann silver tray due to their very rich contribution to the Trust, well beyond their call of duty.

The recipients of these two honorary awards were

* denotes posthumous

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