Category Archives: women in math

How to avoid looking like a jerk

Recommendation season is ending soon (although like the Winter, it seems to be dragging on forever). Math professors and instructors everywhere have been writing and sending letters of recommendations for their students since last Fall for various reasons, like academic … Continue reading

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Of bias and women

As you know, dear readers, the issue of women in math is very close to my heart. I have written about a few different programs for women that I find very encouraging (like the SK Days, the AWM mentoring travel … Continue reading

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Conference diaries: Women in Numbers – Europe

  A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of attending the latest installation of the Women in Numbers conferences, Women in Numbers – Europe at the CIRM in Luminy. (Side note: WINE must be the best acronym for a conference held in France … Continue reading

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