Monthly Archives: October 2015

Math Therapy for the Unqualified

I’m sure you can all relate: while making small talk with a stranger, eventually they’ll ask what you do. “Professor” is never a sufficient answer – they want to know what subject. And once you say “math,” the potentially interesting … Continue reading

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Like a book club with math instead of books

I love reading and the idea of book clubs, and I have always wanted to be part of a really stimulating and fun book club, with bright, unpretentious people thinking hard about good stuff. I haven’t found the book club … Continue reading

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Sonia Kovalevsky Day at Hood College

Yesterday was the last day of our fall break, and also Hood’s 10th annual Sonia Kovalevsky Day. I’m embarrassed to say that before my interview here I’d barely even heard of Sonia Kovalevsky, and definitely never heard of a day … Continue reading

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