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  4. Putnam Competition | Mathematical Association of America

    The William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition is the preeminent mathematics competition for undergraduate college students in the United States and Canada. The Putnam Competition takes place annually on the first Saturday of December. The competition consists of two 3-hour sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

  5. Putnam Exam | Harvard Mathematics Department

    The William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition is a fun and challenging one-day competitive mathematical examination given in December in the US and Canada where undergraduates compete between universities individually and in teams for recognition, cash prizes, and scholarships. Since the first Putnam Competition in 1938 Harvard College has finished in the top five 64 times and been number one 30 times.

  6. Putnam - Wikipedia

    Putnam (surname) Places Canada. Putnam, Ontario, community in Thames Centre; United States. Putnam, Alabama; Putnam, Connecticut, a New England town Putnam (CDP), Connecticut, the main village in the town; Putnam, Illinois; Putnam, Kansas; Putnam, New York; Putnam, Oklahoma; Putnam, Texas; Putnam Lake, New York; Putnam Valley, New York

  7. Putnam Investments - Wikipedia

    Putnam Investments is a privately owned investment management firm founded in 1937 by George Putnam, who established one of the first balanced mutual funds, The George Putnam Fund of Boston. [2] As one of the oldest mutual fund complexes in the United States, Putnam has over $ 183 billion in assets under management, 79 individual mutual fund ...

  8. Robert D. Putnam | Biography, Books, & Facts | Britannica

    Robert D. Putnam, in full Robert David Putnam, (born January 9, 1941, Rochester, New York, U.S.), American political scientist and educator best known for his study of social capital. Just before Putnam turned one year old, the United States declared war on Japan, and his father, serving in the U.S. Army, was deployed in Europe. Upon his father’s return, the family settled in Port Huron ...

  9. Narwhals: Revealing an Arctic Legend -

    The Putnam Museum and Science Center is thrilled to host the Smithsonian traveling exhibition Narwhals: Revealing an Arctic Legend. From their depiction in the 1500s as angry sea monsters to their status as icons of pop culture today, the narwhal, with its unique spiral tusk, has inspired legend in Inuit and European society and fascinated ...

  10. Putnam - Penguin Books

    In 1838 George Palmer Putnam, who began his career at a small New York bookstore, moved to London to establish the first American publishing branch of Wiley and Putnam in England. Ten years later, Putnam returned to the United States and the company became known as “George P. Putnam.”. In 1849, Putnam published the revised works of his close friend, American author and historian Washington Irving.

  11. Hilary Putnam | American philosopher | Britannica

    Hilary Putnam, (born July 31, 1926, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.—died March 13, 2016), leading American philosopher who made major contributions to metaphysics, epistemology, the philosophy of mind, the philosophy of language, the philosophy of science, the philosophy of mathematics, and the philosophy of logic. He is best known for his semantic externalism, according to which linguistic meanings ...