Monthly Archives: May 2017

i/e Spotlight: SACNAS

As mentioned in our first post, one of the many purposes of this blog is to write about organizations focusing on supporting underrepresented people in math. In that spirit, we are starting a series called i/e Spotlight, where we feature different organizations and … Continue reading

Posted in conferences, equity, i/e Spotlight, leadership, mentoring, participation, SACNAS | 3 Comments

Get Out The Way

Update June 7, 2017: For a follow-up to this post, check out Piper Harron’s personal blog, The Liberated Mathematician.

Posted in hiring, racism, sexism, women in math | 91 Comments

Supremum/Supremacy

I’m going to say something political that some of you may not like. In the spirit of The Oatmeal, I’m going to ask you to read to the end before you decide that I cannot possibly have said what I … Continue reading

Posted in cultural pressure in academia, equity, implicit bias, intersectionality, introduction, math education, social justice | 9 Comments