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Stuck in the South of France

The Calanques, where I hiked and swam every day during the conference. 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 … Continue reading

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Math Train: 64 Hours of Amtrak and AMS Southeastern Spring Sectional

This blog comes to you from near the end of an epic train trip to/from an excellent AMS Southeastern Spring Sectional Meeting at the College of Charleston. Train time is not a novelty to me—I spend a lot of time … Continue reading

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Talking to the Experts

This week begins Fall semester at Villanova, and right now I’m really absorbed in the final/first scramble—pushing to finish a revision that I was sure would be done by the end of May, rewriting my syllabus, planning my first classes, … Continue reading

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