Adriana Salerno, assistant professor at Bates College, is the blog’s editor. She is originally from Caracas, Venezuela, and received her Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin in 2008. Her research interests are number theory and arithmetic geometry and she is also interested in communicating mathematics to the general public. In the summer of 2007, while working on her degree, Adriana was the AMS-AAAS Mass Media Fellow. She worked at Voice of America for ten weeks under the sponsorship of the AMS and filed several stories about mathematics. Adriana also writes the PhD + epsilon blog, about the experiences and challenges of an early-career mathematician.
Tyler Clark is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and is currently a PhD student at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL. He serves as the editor-in-chief of the AMS Graduate Student Blog.
Anna Haensch, blog contributor, is an assistant professor at Duquesne University. She was born in Germany, grew up in Vermont, and received her PhD from Wesleyan University in May 2013. In the summer after completing her degree, she received the AAAS Mass Media Fellowship, sponsored by the AMS. As a fellow, she spent 10 weeks on the science desk at National Public Radio in Washington, D.C. where she worked on the math angle of health and science stories for the radio and NPR online. Anna is very interested in finding lively and entertaining ways to express the depth and beauty of mathematics to mathematicians, non-mathematicians, and even the math-phobic. When she’s not doing or communicating math, she’s exercising her other passion: running.