1980 – Richard Good
Pi Mu Epsilon’s highest award, the C. C. MacDuffee Distinguished Service Award, was presented to Dr. Richard Good at the Summer 1980 meetings at Ann Arbor, Michigan. This is the first time since 1975 that this award has been presented.
Professor Good, the National Secretary-Treasurer of Pi Mu Epsilon, is an outstanding teacher, and exceptional scholar and a diligent worker on behalf of mathematical excellence in general and Pi Mu Epsilon in particular. In addition to his well-known efforts to promote scholarship in mathematics, Dr. Good is the personality who introduced television teaching of mathematics so successfully at the University of Maryland. He is also an accomplished organist.
With humble pride, we add Dr. Good’s name to the list of recipients of the C. C. MacDuffee Distinguished Service Award.