Category Archives: pre-tenure leave

A Magical Sabbatical

Even though it’s only been a month since I moved back to Maine, pre-tenure leave seems like a distant memory. I expected that the change would be abrupt, especially since I was traveling and trying to do research pretty much … Continue reading

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Sabatico Gigante: Texas-sized mathematics

This past year I have been on pre-tenure leave. As you may have seen in previous posts, I have been traveling quite a bit (like┬áhere, here, and here). Even though early on I knew I would be traveling a lot, … Continue reading

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The AWM Mentoring Travel Grant, or how I got to spend three months doing research in Paris

As you may or may not know, I recently spent three months of my pre-tenure sabbatical doing math research in Paris. This was, in large part, thanks to a grant I received from the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM). … Continue reading

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