Author Archives: Beth Malmskog

Stuck in the South of France

I love the variety of beautiful places (physical and intellectual) that math takes me.  This week math has taken me to the south of France.  What a wonderful place to do math, or really anything!  Not least because France has recently … Continue reading

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Talking Math Life with Ken Monks

This is the second in a series of interviews with early-career mathematicians, with the goal of providing snapshots of a range of jobs and early-career experiences. I met Ken Monks (who goes by Kenneth M. Monks professionally) in graduate school … Continue reading

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Topics in Core Mathematics at Graterford Prison

Topics in Core Mathematics sounds like the blandest possible math class.  The course title is meant to convey the one important aspect of the class for many students: this class fulfills the core math requirement for the College of Liberal … Continue reading

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