From Chapter 5 of the History of the Seaway Section by Gary Towsley: *For the Fall meeting of 1990 a new Invited Lecture in Mathematics Education was added to the Saturday morning program. The first speaker in what was to become a series was Peter Taylor of Queen’s University speaking on Calculus: Where are We Going?. At the Spring meeting of 1991, the Executive Committee voted to establish an annual lecture in Mathematics Education, to parallel the Gehman Lecture given in the Spring meeting. The committee then called for nominations for the name of this lecture. At the Spring meeting of 1993 the Executive Committee announced that the lecture would be named The John F. Randolph Lecture in Mathematics Education after the late John Randolph who had had a long and active association with the section as a faculty member at the University of Rochester and Rochester Institute of Technology. The first lecture under this new name was A History of Mathematics Course for Teachers, by Israel Kleiner of York University at the Fall 1993 meeting.*

## Archives - Randolph Lecturers

Peter Taylor, Queen’s University

Calculus: Where are We Going?

William E. Boyce, RPI

Calculus, Computers, and Change

Israel Kleiner, York University

A History of Mathematics Course for Teachers

Patricia K. Rogers, York University

Instructional Transformation and Mathematics Education

Eric Muller, Brock University

The Impact of Research in Mathematics Education on my Teaching and on the Learning of Mathematics in my Classes

Harriet Pollatsek, Mt. Holyoke College

Math for Poets: Finding Math Lovers Among Humanities Students

Jim Matthews, Siena College

What Every Student of Mathematics Should Know

Bernard Hodgson, Laval University

The Mathematician and the Education of Teachers: Some personal Views

Stephen West, SUNY Geneseo

Mathematics Education: Where Have We Come From? Where are We Going? What’s Taking Us So Long?

Anna Sierpinska, Concordia University

Theoretical Thinking and High Achievement in Linear Algebra

David Henderson, Cornell University

Educational Mathematics

Patti Frazer-Lock, St. Lawrence University

Making Mathematics Meaningful

Eric Robinson, Ithaca College

High School Mathematics Education: Gaining Perspectives on a Fragmented System

David Poole, Trent University

Everybody Wins: Why Mathematics Courses for Elementary School Teachers Matter and How They Can Benefit All Students

There was no Randolph Lecture at this Joint Meeting with the Metro Section

David Bressoud, Macalester College

Calculus in High School

Jack Narayan, SUNY Oswego

Across 50 Years of Teaching

Sam Vandervelde, St. Lawrence University

King Solomon on Teaching Math

Kate Fowler, Clarkson University

K12 Educational Outreach in Mathematics: What? Why? How! WOW!

Tom Pfaff, Ithaca College

Sustain This! Making Math Matter

Jamar Pickreign, SUNY Fredonia

We Teach Math...to People

Kevin Cheung, Carleton University

The Art, Science, and Illusion of Mastery

Carol Schumacher, Kenyon College

What is the Definition of Definition? and Other Mathematical Cultural Conundrums

Laura Person, SUNY Potsdam

Clearing Obstacles to Student Success

Christina Gomez, Ithaca College

Mathematics for All

Yousef George, Nazareth College

IBL for All

John Mighton, Fields Institute at the University of Toronto, JUMP Math

Extreme equality: Using research to close the achievement gap in math

Alison Gibbs, University of Toronto

Navigating Whitewater: Preparing our students for unknown challenges