Category Archives: outreach

Math is a flat Circle

There are few things that bruise your professional ego more than no one showing up to an event you painstakingly and excitedly planned. In my case, it all came crashing down in early October. I had been planning to start … Continue reading

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I found $x$: it’s in Honolulu.

A few weeks ago, I wrote about my math trip to Banff. I immediately continued my sabbatical travels in Honolulu, Hawaii, where I met with two other collaborators for two weeks. I think it’s safe to say that no one … Continue reading

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A day with Sonia Kovalevksy

Since 1985, the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) have been funding the Sonia Kovalevsky days, which are math programs for high school or middle school girls hosted at universities and colleges. This past … Continue reading

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