German mathematician whose work focused on finite nonabelian groups. Although she attended the University of Berlin, Fenchel was unable to complete the advanced courses necessary for a Ph.D. She was able to teach when she came to the attention of a Danish mathematics professor who invited her to lecture at Aarhus University in Denmark.
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