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AMS Notices Spotlight June/July 2017
As a grad student, life can be hectic—with classes, homework, teaching responsibilities and more—so taking the time out of an already busy schedule to read the AMS Notices “cover to cover” is not always something that seems easily attainable. In … Continue reading
Posted in AMS, Math, Math Education, Math Teaching
Tagged AMS, IBL, InquiryBased Learning, Notices
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Experience at an AMS Mathematics Research Community
The AMS Mathematics Research Communities (MRC) is an NSFfunded program to help graduate students and postdocs jumpstart their careers. Every summer the AMS runs three sessions, each on a specific subject. Budding researchers in that area work intensively with each … Continue reading
A Letter From the Editors on the Executive Order on Immigration
In editing the AMS Graduate Student Blog, we hope to provide a platform for discussion about issues that affect and are important to the lives of graduate students. At times, this has meant publishing pieces that grapple with complicated and … Continue reading
Posted in AMS, Editorial Statement, Social Justice
Tagged Action, Editorial Statement, Immagration, Politics, President, Social Justice, Travel
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Free Money: July 25th Deadline for AMS Travel Grants
As much as we might want summer to last forever, the Fall semester will be upon us before we know it! Luckily, with it comes a new batch of fantastic math networking opportunities at the four upcoming AMS Sectional Meetings: … Continue reading
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3 Revolutionary Women of Mathematics
Originally published by Scientific American From the profound revelations of the shape of space to the furthest explorations reachable by imagination and logic, the history of mathematics has always been seen as a masculine endeavor. Names like Gauss, Euler, Riemann, … Continue reading
Posted in AMS, Math, Math in Pop Culture, Mathematics in Society, Social Justice
Tagged math history, women in math
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