The Boas Mathematics Library is located on the first floor of Lunt Hall.
- With a large collection of books and journals, the Mathematics Library houses a research collection in pure mathematics and statistics of approximately 34,000 volumes. The library primarily serves Northwestern’s Mathematics Department and Statistics Department as well as the NU Community.
- The library is named after the late Ralph P. Boas (1912-1992), distinguished mathematician and former executive editor of the Mathematical Reviews - the world's leading index to mathematical publications. He was a long time faculty member and chair of the Mathematics Department at Northwestern.
- Boas Mathematics Library webpage
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