August 9, 1940 -
Received her Ph.D. in 1964 from the Courant Institute at New York University with a thesis on "Canonical Polygons for Finitely Generated Fuchsian Groups" [Abstract] under the direction of Lipmen Bers. Has taught at Lehman College since 1968. Promoted to full professor in 1974. President of the Association for Women in Mathematics (1992-93) and Vice-President of the American Mathematical Society( 1992-95). Has presented an AMS Invited Address (1975) and an MAA Invited Address (1989), as well as the 1993 AWM Noether lecture. Works in the areas of complex analysis and dynamical systems.
Profile from the AWM Emmy Noether Lectures.
Photo Credit: Photograph used with permission of the Association for Women in Mathematics and is taken from Profiles of Women in Mathematics-The Emmy Noether Lectures, published by the AWM.