Professor Emeritus Eugene Krause passed away on July 27, 2022. He was a member of the University of Michigan mathematics faculty from 1963 to 2002. For more than 20 years in the later part of his career,  Professor Krause managed the mathematics department's education program. He taught a majority of the department's teacher education courses, counseled myriad students who went on to teach in elementary and high schools, and demonstrated that it was possible to communicate the complexities and beauty of mathematics to young students. Professor Krause conveyed the art of teaching both in the classroom and through his writing. He wrote eight books, two for middle school (with C. Brumfiel), and six for college, including Introduction to Linear Algebra and Mathematics for Elementary Teachers. He also contributed a number of articles to math-education journals and was considered a top expositor. Professor Krause's monograph, Taxicab Geometry, was popular with both students and teachers. For more details on Professor's Krause's life and career, please see his official retirement memoir, a summary of his career, and his obituary.

A memorial gathering was held Thursday, October 6, 2022. Please leave a memory or sign the guestbook at