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Moduli at the crossroads

A few weeks ago, I attended the Moduli Crossroads Retreat (Part I), aka MXRI, in Madison, Wisconsin. This conference was organized by Richard Kent, and funded by his CAREER grant. Richard said he wanted to model it after the Mathematics … Continue reading

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The same side of two coins part 2: The dark side of the coin

Earlier this year, I wrote a blog post about being on the other side of the job search for the first time. Now I’m on a departmental hiring committee for a second time, and I am also one of the … Continue reading

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The same side of two coins

It seems like not that long ago, I was going through my campus interview here at Bates College. That is one reason why it feels so weird to now be on the other side of this process. Just a month … Continue reading

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