We invite you to visit the MathPro Press home page.
We list below only a few of the journals that are currently running problem columns. You are welcome to try your hand at solving these problems. Solutions should be sent to the appropriate problem column editor (not to MathPro Press).
Each week during the fall and spring semesters, Stan Wagon posts a Problem of the Week for students at Macalester College. This tradition was started in 1968 by Professor Joe Konhauser (recently deceased); Joe posted problems for 25 years and Stan took over in 1993. These problems are meant to be accessible to first-year college students, so very little background is needed to understand or solve the problems.
Stan sends out the problems by e-mail as well (the mailing list currently has about 200 names), and if you would like to be placed on the list, send a message to that effect to Meridy Amsden at amsden@macalstr.edu. The subject of the email message should be "wagon's problem list".
The best of the over 700 problems used so far will appear in a book co-authored by J. Konhauser, D. Velleman, and S. Wagon, titled "Which Way Did the Bicycle Go?". It will be published by the Mathematical Association of America and should be available by the end of 1995.
Benjie Chen and the Internet Amateur Mathematics Society publish math problems from time to time on their newsgroup and world wide web pages. You can also receive this information via electronic mail. Their mail list server is listserv@hh.sbay.org.