Charlotte Scott

British mathematician (1858–1931) / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Charlotte Angas Scott (8 June 1858 – 10 November 1931)[1] was a British mathematician who made her career in the United States and was influential in the development of American mathematics, including the mathematical education of women. Scott played an important role in Cambridge changing the rules for its famous Mathematical Tripos exam.

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Charlotte Scott
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Charlotte Angas Scott, from the 1910 yearbook of Bryn Mawr College
Born
Charlotte Angas Scott

(1858-06-08)8 June 1858
Died10 November 1931(1931-11-10) (aged 73)
Scientific career
FieldsMathematics
InstitutionsCambridge University
Bryn Mawr College
Doctoral advisorArthur Cayley
Doctoral studentsLouise Cummings
Ada Maddison
Virginia Ragsdale
Emilie Martin
Mary Gertrude Haseman
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