A panel discussion about Srinivasa Ramanujan, the nature of mathematical genius, and the film "The Man Who Knew Infinity."

*- World Science Festival *

March 11, 2016

Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Applied Mathematics | Cornell University

A panel discussion about Srinivasa Ramanujan, the nature of mathematical genius, and the film "The Man Who Knew Infinity."

*- World Science Festival *

March 11, 2016

Einstein's boyhood proof of the Pythagorean theorem foreshadows the scientist he later became.

*- The New Yorker*

November 19, 2015

On Science Friday at the 2015 Aspen Ideas Festival, Jordan Ellenberg, Jo Boaler and Steven Strogatz fielded questions from host Ira Flatow and posed brainteasers to the live audience. (Photo Credit: Olivier Douliery)

*- Aspen Institute*

July 3, 2015

Rockefeller University awarded the 2015 Lewis Thomas Prize, which "honors the scientist as poet," to Ian Stewart and Steven Strogatz. Alan Alda kept the audience in stitches.

*- Rockefeller University*

March 30, 2015

Why do mathematicians care so much about pi? Strogatz came out of his burrow long enough to write about it for *The New Yorker* on "Pi Day of the Century," 3.14.15.

*- The New Yorker*

March 14, 2015

Strogatz was honored with Alan Alda at the 2014 MoMath Gala for “contributions to the public understanding and appreciation of mathematics.”

*- Museum of Math*

October 14, 2014

Strogatz shares what worked—and what didn’t—in his efforts to democratize math through a regular *New York Times* column.

**- Public Lecture at the Santa Fe Institute**

August 6, 2014

Strogatz discusses his lecture, “The Joy of x: A Guided Tour of Math” with Mary-Charlotte Domandi

**- Santa Fe Radio Cafe**

August 6, 2014

Ira Flatow, James Fowler, Andrew Lo, Seth Lloyd, and Strogatz explore the amazing power of algorithms.

**- World Science Festival**

June 1, 2014

Strogatz talks about mathematics, technology, and education with Patrick Honner, a math teacher at Brooklyn Technical High School.

*- Math Horizons*

February 2014

When Strogatz sat down with host Ophira Eisenberg, he challenged the assumption that in a world of computers and calculators, we don't need to know math.

**World Science Festival**

August 2, 2013

After his keynote address, Strogatz was honored with a blanket ceremony.

**SACNAS National Conference**

October 2012

The ceremony was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

**American Academy of Arts & Sciences**

October 6, 2012

Press

**- Cornell Chronicle**

February 9, 2017

**- Technology Review**

January 13, 2017

**- Business Insider**

June 8, 2016

**- Innovation Hub, WGBH**

May 6, 2016

**- Cornell Chronicle**

August 11, 2015

**- American Physical Society, Physics - Synopsis**

August 6, 2015

**- Science**

May 29, 2015

**- Physics Today**

April 2015

**- io9**

January 14, 2015

Recent Activities

A panel discussion about Srinivasa Ramanujan, the nature of mathematical genius, and the film "The Man Who Knew Infinity."

*- World Science Festival *

March 11, 2016

Einstein's boyhood proof of the Pythagorean theorem foreshadows the scientist he later became.

*- The New Yorker*

November 19, 2015

On Science Friday at the 2015 Aspen Ideas Festival, Jordan Ellenberg, Jo Boaler and Steven Strogatz fielded questions from host Ira Flatow and posed brainteasers to the live audience. (Photo Credit: Olivier Douliery)

*- Aspen Institute*

July 3, 2015

Rockefeller University awarded the 2015 Lewis Thomas Prize, which "honors the scientist as poet," to Ian Stewart and Steven Strogatz. Alan Alda kept the audience in stitches.

*- Rockefeller University*

March 30, 2015

Why do mathematicians care so much about pi? Strogatz came out of his burrow long enough to write about it for *The New Yorker* on "Pi Day of the Century," 3.14.15.

*- The New Yorker*

March 14, 2015

Strogatz was honored with Alan Alda at the 2014 MoMath Gala for “contributions to the public understanding and appreciation of mathematics.”

*- Museum of Math*

October 14, 2014

Strogatz shares what worked—and what didn’t—in his efforts to democratize math through a regular *New York Times* column.

**- Public Lecture at the Santa Fe Institute**

August 6, 2014

Strogatz discusses his lecture, “The Joy of x: A Guided Tour of Math” with Mary-Charlotte Domandi

**- Santa Fe Radio Cafe**

August 6, 2014

Ira Flatow, James Fowler, Andrew Lo, Seth Lloyd, and Strogatz explore the amazing power of algorithms.

**- World Science Festival**

June 1, 2014

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